Hello everyone, after watching Alex make beautiful stuff on the YouTube I decided to get off the couch and make some cool pc stuff as well. This thread will document my build of an open frame chassis that I have designed. The idea of this chassis is that it is going to be very flexible in terms of what you can do with it. It can be oriented in a multitude of directions and has capability to have accessories attached on the perimeter. The Idea is that it uses a tubular frame on the perimeter that can allow attachment of brackets. The brackets allow you to attach almost any thing you want to the chassis perimeter. The chassis feet can also be attached to any of side of the chassis. The frame is made from 15mm carbon fiber tube with the end connectors machined from aluminum. The sheet metal parts most likely will be steel. The design has been done for awhile now, and I have just found time to work on it. First up is the end connectors, These are are the most difficult part to machine so lets get that out of the way. They still need to go through operation 2 to trim the tab off the back but that is not done yet.