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Case Mod - Complete Cosmos S ITX

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by biglou, 19 Sep 2021.

  1. biglou

    biglou Minimodder

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    Painted the outer panel

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  2. biglou

    biglou Minimodder

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    building the hardwares
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  3. biglou

    biglou Minimodder

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    Custom side panel

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    Top panel without cover
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    wiring
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  4. biglou

    biglou Minimodder

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    booting up and completion

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    rear panel
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  5. biglou

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    Final photos

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    That is all :)
    Thanks to all
     
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  6. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    That looks fantastic! :rock:
    Great job cutting the Cosmos to fit your hardware.
    The manifolds over the motherboard came out beautiful. You can't just say "industrial grade glue" here. We, (I,) need to know what you used. :lol: Something that doesn't dry up almost instantly in a tropical environment is good to know about.
     
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    Hi, I love your country, 'been there several times, wish I could see your mod too, but sadly I can't see any of the pictures :sigh:
     
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    the meeks project What's a Dremel?

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    Lupit brod...mabuhay ka ....filipino ingenuities...nice eork
     
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    the meeks project What's a Dremel?

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    Lupit bro
     
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    Which browser do you use?
    In Firefox, I have exactly the same issue, just an [ img ] instead of a picture.
    In Chrome, everything is fine...
     
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  11. kim

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    Thanks for the tip Dan :thumb: ... it worked in Chrome like u said and it worth it :dremel: ... though, I wonder why it didn't in Firefox :eyebrow:

    biglou...Great modding :rock::rock::dremel:, your distro-plate is insane :wallbash:, awesome mod :clap:
     
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  12. biglou

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    Sorry about that hehe

    The adhesive that I used is Mild Chloroform to fuse the acrylic
    To be safe I used another another adhesive named here in the Philippines as Acrybond
    Which is a strong bonding agent acted as a coating to the seams which can give me a sealed distro plate
    This was all used to give me a clearer finish to the plate without the white haze of the cyano acrylate adhesive :clap:
     
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    Salamat bro at nagustuhan mo :clap:

    Thank you bro :clap:
     
  14. biglou

    biglou Minimodder

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    Thank you so much
    I tried to keep it simple and close to the original chassis and hoping that it would come out well :blush:
     

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