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Case Mod - Complete ⭐ Fallout76 Mod Project - PIP BOY 2000 N-Z

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  1. AKMod

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    Hello everyone,

    Cooperation project with Nvidia Taiwan

    Fallout 76 game theme.

    I chose the Fallout 76 theme as Pip-Boy is instantly recognizable to gamers and the MOAB II PC case fits the Mark VI concept perfectly.

    It was my first time using 3D printing to make key elements of the Pip-Boy mod. Each of the 20 3D components took between 15 to 23 hours to print, plus the long time it takes to smooth out the prints using epoxy resin. Polishing required an additional two weeks, the painting took several layers, then finishing off with an oxidized metal finish to create a special ageing effect. I had to be incredibly patient. I also created the accessories with iron netting, leather and vacuumed light bulbs, which I custom-made, which took a further week or so. Taking into account UV printing and acrylic laser cutting, the project took me around 6 weeks to accomplish in total.

    Hardware:
    CPU : INTEL I9 9900K
    GPU : NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2080 Ti
    MOTHERBOARD : ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI GENE
    MEMORY : ZADAK SHIELD RGB DDR4 3200MHz 16GB(8GBx2)
    SSD : APACER AS2280 M.2 SATA III 128G
    PSU : FSP DAGGER PRO 650W SFX PSU
    CASE : ZADAK MOAB II WATER-COOLED PC
    WATER-COOLING : ZADAK CPU WATER BLOCK
    M.2 SSD HS : ZADAK MOAB M.2 RGB HEAT SPREADER
    FAN : COOLER MASTER MASTER FAN MF120R A-RGB

    Thanks NVIDIA GeForce Taiwan ZADAK Apacer 宇瞻科技 ASUS Republic of Gamers Cooler Master 全漢 FSP Taiwan support
     
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    In-game props PIP-BOY 2000 is a concept, combined with ZADAK MOAB II WATER-COOLED PC

    Create 3D printed image draft.

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    Some hardware:

    NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2080 Ti
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    ZADAK MOAB II WATER-COOLED PC
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    ZADAK SHIELD RGB DDR4 3200MHz 16GB(8GBx2)
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    ZADAK MOAB M.2 RGB HEAT SPREADER
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    APACER AS2280 M.2 SATA III 128G
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    ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI GENE
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  4. kim

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    I've waited 'till this second post to see if it was different, but no :nono:, I still can't see any of your pictures...
     
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    I can't see it after I log out.
    Thanks for reminding, I am taking a look
     
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    Hello, you should be able to see these pictures now.
     
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    3D printing continues to work, each component takes about 15~23
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    I can see now yes, :thumb: amazing design, I won't miss to follow progress
     
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    parts
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    Preparation before polishing
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    Wow I can literally smell the notes being burned :D

    Absolutely love it, and the way the GPU has its own module. Very clever !
     
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    wow, this is something else!
    you have my full attention
     
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    Hello, glad you liked it.
    Update some progress.
     
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    Thank you man.
     
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    Start grinding,
    It took about 100 hours to repair and polish.

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    Trial assembly.
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    Bottom painting.
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    After grinding, spray surface primer.
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    Prepare chipping rusty effect processing.
     
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    Time display accessory.

    CNC Curved surface.


    Polishing.
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    wow, this looks awesome... waiting for more...
     
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    Thank you man,

    Update progress.
     
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    Rusty effect coating.
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    Metal effect primer.
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    Aluminum paint.


    Corrosion effect.


    Surface metal effect corrosion.
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    After waiting for the paint to dry, can start scraping paint.

    Surface painting, rust effect front work.
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    Rusty effect.


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    Wow, that is literally amazing. One of the best rust jobs I think I have ever seen :jawdrop:
     

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