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Scratch Build – In Progress [DELETE]

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by GF4rce, 25 Jun 2011.

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  1. GF4rce

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    Great project :thumb:

    @portuguese mod on:

    Rapaz este teu projeto promete ser ótimo!

    Parabéns pela iniciativa, irei acompanhá-lo.

    @portuguese mod off. :D
     
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    Very nice design i love the curves and straight lines and good job on the welding work on the frame:thumb: I see youve been inspried by thermaltake Level 10 case as well ;)
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    Hi, its good to see what about this project, its amazing and genius one we got here.
    I tell you one thing i know this project its not inspirate on the thermaltake level 10 case.

    This project was designed many years ago, and was not possible to advance due to their large investment requiered.
    Now with the support of all sponsors will be easier.

    I was surprised when appeared in the market for the first time a case, an inverted T-shaped (in reality is more like an L-shaped)...
    But for my liking this project is much more complete and more fun.

    Well Done so far :thumb:
    Good luck
     
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    :lol: in that case sue thermaltake for stealing your intellectual property :naughty: might help with the material costs:hehe:

    I love the integrated LCD and keyboard. Any ideas on what you are going to use for both?
     
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    Achron Cad Pro Quo

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    No disrespect...but it's a very uncanny likeness that you'll have a hard time backing up. Also, *cough* (http://www.million-dollar-pc.com/systems-2009/special/lessdegrees/pius-edelweiss.htm).

    Regardless, I've always liked the design and am waiting to see if you can pull it off nicely!
     
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    Hi, i have made yesterday my first post here so above the last photos you can read it if you want.

    Nice job on the curves.
     
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    awsome idea! Subbed!
     
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    Carl97 Sorry, for my bad english.

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    Nice and big:lol: Great project, I follow:thumb:
     
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    Nice one mate... i want do something like this for my living room. Good job, i follow!
     
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    Hey guys, i pass here to put some words by GF4rce.
    Hope he can solve his problems and put some new picks.:thumb:
     
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    Nice project. I follow :thumb:
     
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    llamafur WaterCooled fool

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    I like it.
    One thing with the welds, they look a little weak, you may want to reinforce them with some type of mechanical fastener.
     
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    They look weak but are stronger, i dont know if you have worked before with solds, but i have experienced another project and i can proove they are realy strong.

    Thanks all for the ideas and support :thumb:
     
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