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Case Mod - In Progress (COMPLETED ) Work Log: Casemod THOR.

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by douglas alves, 2 Dec 2014.

  1. douglas alves

    douglas alves Active Member

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    Hello people.
    My name is Douglas Alves.
    I am from Brazil.
    You excuse for my English, since I am using the translator of the Google.
    I come again to share the newest project of Casemod that will be in the subject of the THOR.
    He speaks the photos for me.

    My last project here was.
    Casemod Resident Evil (Umbrella Corporation)

    http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=272863


    Here it is going to be the beginning of everything of this new challenge.

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    When all is taking to pieces the office.


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    Ttesporte Brasil.

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    Hyperx Brasil.

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    Monkey custom Brasil

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    Performance Solutions Brasil.

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  2. douglas alves

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    Dismounting and cutting to be modified

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    I present the Monkey Custom Brazil.
    It manufactures ends personalized extensors.
    Paracord, very well acts, differential quality of the work and quality of the material.
    Mesh Paracord Importada, conectores of 1st Line.
    Model ARK 30cm and 45cm.
    End 8 pins CPU, End 6+2 pins GPU, End 24 pins MB.

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    Potos of a few small modification that was.
    Conclusion of the acrylic ones of the ceiling and parliament.
    Modification of the button Power of place.
    Enough photo step by step, p / to understand more or less.
    Lembando that the work here went to bass with acrylic of 10mm,
    completely manual work


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  3. douglas alves

    douglas alves Active Member

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    Next photos made the modification of USB and fan controller that was on the ceiling and adapted to put on the feet of the cabinet.

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    Today post pictures of some more finished parts.
    These pieces are the THOR name. acrylic
    The grid for fan 14cm.
    Symbol that appears on THOR Hammer.

    All made by me manually using micro rectifies, tico tico saw, files and lixas.Não was nothing warrant cutting laser.
    Detail, The letters transparent acrylic 10mm and blue with 5 mm, totaling at the time of cutting 2.5mm ... everything at hand ..

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    here is already the grid with blue acrylic 5mm.

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    This is the symbol. that appears in thor hammer.
    MADE IN ACRYLIC 5MM. HAND

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    Well, one more job ready.
    The logo of the official sponsor Thermaltake.
    Cut into 5 mm acrylic., As was small, it was done several hole with very fine drill with micro rectifies and then made finishing ...

    Detail was for the size of this piece done by hand ..

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  4. silk186

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    wow, this looks like a very time consuming build. How many hours have you put into it?
     
  5. douglas alves

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    How I do it all manually, it takes much yes.
    These works above took me two days ..
     
  6. bulldogjeff

    bulldogjeff The modding head is firmly back on.

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    This is proper modding. Straight in and cutting things up, just what I like to see..
    Looks brilliant already.. Nice work
     
  7. HandMadeAndroid

    HandMadeAndroid That's handy.

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    Muito bom. Sua habilidade é de alto nivel. Eu gostei muito do painel preto. :thumb:
     
  8. 8-BiT

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    Amazing work! Keep it up!
     
  9. douglas alves

    douglas alves Active Member

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    Photos of today are small jobs.
    Some cuts in the cabinet, for simply not only adorn the cabinet have to cut and modify ..
    I made a stand to place the lighting of the cabinet buttons and will stay beside the fountain.
    as always the pictures speak for me.

    Thank those who came.

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    Buttons for lighting, will be on the side of the source

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  10. Blaso

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    Nice build!, how do you do to make shiny borders of acrylic?, do you do with the flame method, or polish?. Regards
     
  11. douglas alves

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    I made a support for headset.
    Acrylic 5mm., Lack put LED UV below, and connect the usb ..
    The middle part is to put some soon.
    All removable.
    Now lack headset to test and take pictures ...
    Using only micro rectifies, hacksaw, files and sandpaper, just ...: awesome:
    As always several, p / not doubt that it was myself I did ..

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  12. MarkVarley

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    That's some nice work there :)

    Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
     
  13. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Great stuff.:D Love the hammer paint on the plexi. That has a nice effect.
     
  14. douglas alves

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    Thank those accompanying the project ..
    thank you.

    I had to make some cuts in the can and change the front of the cabinet in order to put a radiator 360.
    I made an acrylic support for the radiator to be fixed on the front of the cabinet.

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  15. Bartacus

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    That's some fine work! Very nice!
     
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    Well here begins the cover of fonte.Feito manually ...
    I'm doing differently the cover, in order to bear the watercooler parts.
    And the side of the cover will be temperature sensors, ha idea before was to leave the sample to the sample power supply, but the sponsor has not completed the combined, had to improvise, therefore a part of the acrylic turned blue.
    At the end lack of further finishing. soon ready


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  17. Catarun

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    Thats some amazing acrylic work!
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  18. Bartacus

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    ^ What he said! Excellent work Douglas!
     
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    WOW

    Wow great work mate. and lot of effort. good luck :dremel:
     

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