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Case Mod - In Progress CYBERPUNK 2077 YAIBA KUSANAGI scratch build SPONSORED *HWLEGEND MODDING TEAM* CMWS2020

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by pccustom, 17 May 2020.

  1. pccustom

    pccustom Well-Known Member

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    additional rear brackets are required

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    I believe that the direction I have taken is now clear :)

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  2. 4LIEN

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    Absolutely fantastic!
     
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  3. Defyant Mods

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    Ive never seen a modder get such amazing value out of a single material ! what you do with hardware shop alu is amazing :rock:
     
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  4. pccustom

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    :)
     
  5. Dot_Kappa

    Dot_Kappa 100% Puppet

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    I am surprised by the shocks' position and the way you are working with them.

    Your are proving that with simple tools but great effort and commitment it's possible to make amazing creations!! :rock:
     
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  6. ivory2k19

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    Amazing work!! :jawdrop:

    How did you bend the aluminum?
     
  7. pccustom

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    I have not folded aluminum but everything is held together by rivets and screws, but you can simply fold aluminum and steel by favoring a small groove with a very straight dremel and then folding it very easily even with your hands.
     
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  8. kim

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    I am impressed by how you continue to innovate and doesn't cease to renew in originality :jawdrop::wallbash::clap:
     
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  9. pccustom

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    thank you kim!
     
  10. pccustom

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    Arrangement of the pigtail, as it is I don't like it is too linear to the frame
    an indentation must be created and the fairing will have a fold therefore a more dynamic design.
    First I evaluate where to cut

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    cutting little material will allow me to tilt the aluminum easily
    just enough to achieve the desired effect, I end up fixing an aluminum bar with rivets and the structure is very solid

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    a little trick that makes the difference in the overall design.

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  11. Defyant Mods

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    Very on point :rock: I'd love to start seeing you weld these frames:dremel: Your bends and rivots are amazing work. :thumb: But the frames them selves are the true work of art here :jawdrop: not the plex.

    Welding and then filing to a perfect finish would be next level :rock::rock:
     
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  12. pccustom

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    thank you I don't have a welder and I can't do this service from others it would cost me too much, so I have to do this with an economic but robust method, rivets and screws are the best thing, I'm glad you like my mod but believe me I don't do anything special in 2012 the mods were made like this with rivets and putty for the bodywork, many have forgotten this, I follow your Hyper Case DM-01 I must say that it is unsurpassed is for me a point to follow for my next projects, I will ask you something in process that you used .. :)
     
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  13. Dot_Kappa

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    Old but gold if well done :cooldude:
     
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  14. pccustom

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    small reinforcements added to stabilize the structure

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    as well as reinforcing they will be an excellent decorative element

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    the fabulous EKWB EK connect controller has arrived in addition to the classic functions
    there are as many as 3 excellent temperature sensors coupled with EK Vardar X3M D-RGB fans

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    here the unboxing

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    well guys we proceed, this is the turn of the crankcase / turbine of the bike it will be a grill and under it I will put a 200 mm RGB fan
    but how to make it happen? I invent something ...

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    fixed with adhesive for temporary acrylic after I will apply a more powerful one to consolidate everything.

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    to make a perfect hole I build a tool, dremel has been supplying it for years I don't want to spend 30 euros for a piece of iron and plastic.
    so I decide to find it myself, I take advantage of the supplied cutter support.
    This bar is usable on any mini tool.

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    that's where I'll make the hole.

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    thanks to coolermaster for providing me with this magnificent rgb coolermaster fan with awkward dimensions .. well 200 mm
    a big beast ... that's where it will go.

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    technical positioning tests

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    let's go ...

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    here it is at work .. the bar behaves well is very smooth you have to proceed very slowly
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    use the 3d printer because I don't have it.
    but as usual I will try to do something beautiful and above all that costs little ...
     
  16. kim

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    And beautiful it is :eeek: :rock::dremel:
     
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    That is soooo cool !:rock::rock:
     
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  18. Yargen

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    Really impressive work. I love the way you are taking with the mod
     
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  19. pccustom

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    thank you guys!
     
  20. ivory2k19

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    Nice tool, I saw your video on Instagram with it. I should make myself one too if that's okay for you? :idea:
     
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