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Case Mod - In Progress Fallout76 Project - PIP-BOY 2000 N-Z

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by AKMod, 30 Dec 2018.

  1. AKMod

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    Hello everyone,

    Cooperation project with Nvidia Taiwan

    Fallout76 game theme.

    continually updated.

    Hardware:
    CPU : INTEL CORE 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
     
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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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    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...
     
  5. AKMod

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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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    Black spray paint.
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    Laser cutting font.


    Detail
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    wow, this looks awesome... waiting for more...
     
  18. AKMod

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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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