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Scratch Build – In Progress [Intel NUC Competition]-Black Heart by Soul-i-Doll

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Soul-i-Doll, 11 Mar 2015.

  1. Soul-i-Doll

    Soul-i-Doll New Member

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    Hello everyone!
    I'm Denis.
    I got package at last. Here it is.:clap:

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    My Preciousss)

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    So it's time to work.:dremel:
    My project is called Black Heart.

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    The form of it remind origami, I hope) I'm going to use 3D printing to implement it.
    That's all at this point.
    Good luck to all the participants.:thumb:
     
  2. griso

    griso Member

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    I like that design.
     
  3. Hzza

    Hzza Member

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    Stealth NUC, look forward to this :D
     
  4. Waynio

    Waynio Relaxing

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    Keenly watching. :)
     
  5. Impeccable Logic

    Impeccable Logic Member

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    Cool design.
     
  6. Combatus

    Combatus Bit-tech Modding + hardware reviews Staff Super Moderator

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    Excellent - glad you got the parcel Denis!
     
  7. Soul-i-Doll

    Soul-i-Doll New Member

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    Hello everyone.
    I finished my project at last.
    I apologize for the small number of photos because I often forgot to postpone the tools and take a camera.
    Probably I need a personal photographer)
    And now in order about how I did it.
    After I received a printed body I realized that it must be modify by file a little.
    I didn't use acetone because it notably smoothes corners.
    Therefore I armed with putty and sandpaper and handle it.


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    So I mutilated it but it was smooth and sharp corners.
    Apply the primer and then painted.

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    Then attach the stand for the board using glue.
    It's time to create a key.
    From a piece of sheet aluminium cut the workpiece.
    With needle files gave the desired shape.
    File off and polish.
    Magnet glued to the end of the key.

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    Assemble extenders for the front panel of the board.

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    And install them on their places in the case.

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    Set reed switch instead of the start button.
    It remains only to put everything together and the project is ready.
    That's all.
     

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