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Modding First time engraving........

Discussion in 'Modding' started by Redbeaver, 5 Mar 2006.

  1. Redbeaver

    Redbeaver The Other Red Meat

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    Hello there all u pro-modder out there.... n00b here :dremel:

    I just wanna post my work the last few weeks on engraving and a few other tid-bits... thought i can have some comments or suggestion. so please, fire away :)

    I really wish i could do a worklog for all of these but i got no camera back then :(

    anyway, here's what i've done....
    1. repaint the internal from ugly grey to fiery red :)
    2. repaint the black panel to black to match the rest of the case.
    3. etch the side panel window
    4. engrave the side panel and front panel
    5. red-activities led
    6. 2 digi-nurse for chipset and cpu + cathode switch
    7. wire management.
    8. led feet.

    here's what im planning to do next...
    1. engraving the back panel under the PSU.
    2. rip off a strip on the top and replace it with my version of "modder's mesh" to make passive blowhole.
    3. watever u guys can suggest........ :)

    so........ fire * OOPS, forgot to tell u, its a Silverstone Temjin TJ06 originally :)

    ok, fire away now ;)

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    ....side view.......

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    ...opening the panel.........

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    ....with flash now....... yes, internal is painted Fire Red Gloss.......

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    .... a little dusty, but just wanna show u the backpanel is painted Gloss Black to match the rest of the case...

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    .. my pride and joy.... took me about 6 hours to finish this... the left panel.....

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    ...... again without the flash...........

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    ....... and lastly.... the other 45deg side-view........... :)

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    Thank you :D

    EDIT:
    Wow... editing my post from 2006 feels... surreal... lol
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  2. madmodder

    madmodder What's a Dremel?

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    If thats your first time engraving you've done a very good job, clean lines and well finished off. Very good job :)
     

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