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Case Mod - In Progress Complete [Worklog] Casemod Scratch (CHAVES).

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  1. douglas alves

    douglas alves Active Member

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    Casemod Scratch, will be based on the theme of the character series (CHAVES).

    Telivision Series of Latin America.

    Here in my country Brail, was a good éopca that marked a lot of people and likes until today.


    ABOUT SERIADO

    Chaves, or El Chavo del Ocho, is a situation comedy that addresses the interactions of a group of people living in a poor village. The protagonist, Chaves, is an eight-year-old orphan boy who often faces problems with adults, including Seu Madruga, Dona Florinda and Dona Clotilde due to misunderstandings, distractions or mischief. He also lives with his friends Quico and Chiquinha, who are of the same age. The plot, practically, unfolds in this village, being Seu Barriga, the owner of the same and the residents Seu Madruga, Dona Neves and Chiquinha, who live in house 72, Dona Clotilde, nicknamed Witch of the 71 by its appearance and the number of Her residence, and in the 14th house live Dona Florinda and her son Quico, with Professor Girafales as frequent visitor to the village.

    Casemod Scratch, I'll start from scratch.
    It will be a new experience as it will be my 1st Casemod assembled without a cabinet structure ....

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    Sponsors and their products.

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    SINTEGLAS
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    You can also follow all my projects on the page.

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    As the subject already says everything and the photo of the poster, I will make a barrel of the keys, as I said above, I never did a Casemod scratch, starting from scratch without using cabinet structure.

    I made a mold of a Barrel of cardboard test that I did as it would be size and height, it was ugly, but it will work ..

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    Starting the scratches and cuts of 4mm acrylics
    OBS = the color is fluorescent pumpkin, that later I will paint, it will not be the original color.

    Cutting with tico tico, finishing with files and sanding. Several identical pieces.


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    Each piece drilled to be screwed, in the other part below.

    Acrylic of 10mm cut in tico-tico

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    One more piece cut with 10mm acrylic to put on top to close on top ..

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    Continuing the poster ups.

    Opening that will be the front of Barrel, where you will have the vision of the inner part where you will have the hardware.

    Marking the cut.

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    Construction of the structure that goes inside to accommodate the motherboard and other Hardware.

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    6mm acrylic motherboard holder

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    Marking to put the sofa feet.

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    Support for placing the dual radiator.

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    Cuts of some 4mm acrylic pieces, which goes inside.

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    A Vision looking from above the barrel down ..

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    All the cut pieces of acrylics that will buy the barrel.Finished with black matte stickers

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    Finalizing some details and starting for internal painting,

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    The whole idea I leave here of this small prototype.

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    I made this cover to be the top (CEILING), the holes for air passage of the radiator. etc.

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    Edge of the top of the barrel.

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    All the pieces cut in acrylics that will compose the baril and I started from the assembly of the pieces

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    Now only make the assembly of the other parts ..
     
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    Starting the assembly from the outside, giving life and shape to the barrel.

    I will use it to make the modeling of the barrel, styrofoam to leave in the format a little chubby.

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    Application of glue sealing.

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    Drying, and give the finish .. finish ..

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    Up today.
    Trying to model the barrel with Biscuit dough, make a case from scratch, is a new experience. And work with that dough too.
    It was used 14 kilos of BISCUIT mass. In the brown color, wet becomes a nice color, but after it dries darkens, and starts to crack, it is a mass that has many steps and if it does not know how to mess it ends up getting bad.
    After drying I will give the final finish ..

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    Video preview.

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  6. Dr. Coin

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    Great work making your barrel. That said I kinda liked the fluorescent pumpkin version.
     
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    Thank you very much.
     
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    Continuing, ,
    After the dry mass, it was time to make the touches, the color after the dough to dry became dark ..
    I chose a lighter color.

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    Continuing poster posting

    Casemod finishes the keys.

    This casemod was in the exhibition at Campus party brasil 10.

    After painting time the finishes and fitting.

    And my daughter wanted the barrel for her to play with, and she did not want to leave inside.

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    I'll post the photos with better quality.

    Thank you for collecting the project.
     
  10. Dr. Coin

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    Amazing work.
    Did you hand wrap the hoses thread? Insanely tedious task.
     
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    Hello.
    thank you
    In the hoses, I used a thick line of red, I rolled end to end, spiraling the hose, it was cool .. I did something very simple, just to match the doll's suspender on top of the barrel.
     

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