First things first: Sorry for my English, I don't speak / write very well I want you to introduce to my current project - DeskPC . The name of the project says quite a lot about the "Case". This is a PC, which is implement / set into a table, and can be viewed through a window. More details can be found then the sketches and pictures. Because I started the project already there are some pictures and post they don’t shows the status of the current status / variant. But please feel free to ask me (similar) question to "old" posts. Please also note the first sketches are no longer consistent with the current status from the foot here! After the DCMM Modding doldrums I thinking about a new theme / Case. It should be something that does not go broken on the journey to Cologne but damage Palas car more I know you can not do anything for it , as well as the break down of my side part before Cable1 interview I will thanks my supporters / sponsors for the support at this project: Red Bull Deutschland, Enermax, Aquatuning und Phobya So you also know what I'm talking and what Pala has ruined here is the link to my first project, the " TheCube " Worklog and Final Pics It is not difficult to derive from the title, it is a DeskPC. How do I know myself , it will probably remain in the name, so that everyone immediately knows, what it is about General for Case / Desk structure and materials. The case is to be made of wood, glass and steel. Let's start at the bottom of the foot and work our way up. The foot should be slanted / bent, and have a large footprint . The skeleton of the foot to be covered with 1- 2mm sheet steel . Sheet steel , therefore , that I can weld it and it creates a massive impression. With steel, it is also a step up further , at the sheath of the actual table. Anyone who has followed my last project, has mind I do not do not do it the easy way - it will always look elegant. This time it will also be more stable and will not have so many holes To the internal of the table, where the main form is specified. The scaffold is a lot easier than from the cube . It consists of 10 boards with a thickness of 4 cm and a width of 160cm . The boards are required in a distance of 4 cm , and thus form a depth 76cm from the table . In the first attempt to open this topic and I could no longer submit, I noticed that a depth of 84cm would be possibly better as a board only between 0.5 cm and 2 cm thick. The boards are later between 5.5 cm and 20cm high, which is derived from the angle at the front and the sides. I like elegant designs like this time but would like to bring also some aged / used look to the steel. The elegant and used look to be combined, which is determined to look good. The sheet is to be primed, painted and primed and then ground more or less again. The sites, which are completely sanded, will then be contacted with a solution to rust. Whether I want to stop the rusting later with clear lacquer or simply leave more rust I do not know. It depends mainly on the residue on your skin and fabric. As you can clearly see the long shot is the view of the table. Here you can see the combination of noble looks with the Nussbaum boards and the steel foot with the machined steel as the shell of the table. For the MB as well as the terms and conditions a bulge is sawn into planks of wood and the hardware mounted directly on the boards. NT, pump and Radiator will be behind a simple white plexi glass . In the pictures you can see the taper outward -up to 4cm . Reinstalled my NB the last few days on vacation and am therefore I come back to continue to plan / test . Got the table now increased to 170x84 because I simply more space and therefore no 'll have to thin parts later. I have also been thinking , how do I connect the boards together. Here is the solution that I've collected along with Pala . There are 20mm threaded rods pulled through the entire depth of the table and provided with spacer sleeves . There will be a total of 6 threaded rods in the table, which should make the promotion of stability . The lower threaded rods are mainly because that the distance remains the same above and below . The boards are well later also bolted to the sheet metal and thus also kept at a distance. The table has also get a bigger foot, whether he will but later look like is still questionable.