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Scratch Build – In Progress "Model 01" [Final pictures and video!]

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Andreas | Brodholm, 13 Jan 2013.

  1. Andreas | Brodholm

    Andreas | Brodholm Minimodder

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    Update 11 All the parts Anodized

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  2. Axoxenon

    Axoxenon Do it right the first time

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    Looks great! Cant wait to see it all put together :thumb:
     
  3. Andreas | Brodholm

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    Thanks man! :p
     
  4. Andreas | Brodholm

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    Update 12

    Had time to edit the pictures for the next update!

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  5. Editor22

    Editor22 E22 | Hex-Gear

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    I am in love man! seriously this is one of my favorite "case shaped" cases at the moment. Just simple done perfectly. :)
     
  6. HybridCore

    HybridCore What's a Dremel?

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    Yes! I've been waiting for this. :)
     
  7. imersa

    imersa Parvum Princess

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    Amazing build so far, will be following. Lovely presentation!
     
  8. avolla

    avolla Mini Water Modder

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    Once again I'm jealous of your work. This is so clean and well thought out. Can't wait to see what will come of this. Keep up the great work.
     
  9. Andreas | Brodholm

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    Thanks a lot! That really means a lot to me coming from you! :thumb:

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    Thank you! I spend a lot of time doing it like this! Glad you liked it! :thumb:

    Thank you! I hope I have everything planed correctly and that I do not have to use the :dremel: for this chassi. But you never know :D


    Big News inc. I have some sponsors to announce! Super pumped about that! But more of that later!
     
  10. roundyz

    roundyz What's a Dremel?

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    nice

    Looking well.
     
  11. Ocelot

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    Hey Brodholm, I am joining the "This is my favorite scratch build" club as well.

    I am planning a case right now and I am looking to make similar fan grills (rounded slots at a 45 degree angle). I can't decide on the size of the slots and the distance between them though.

    How big did you make your grill slots and are you happy with their stability?
     
  12. Meelobee

    Meelobee What's a Dremel?

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    Amazing work, you can tell time was put into the case and the log, good stuff :)
     
  13. wejjy

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    BUILDLOG = Perfect
    BUILD = Exquisite

    Think I'm in love!

    Subb'd of course
     
  14. Andreas | Brodholm

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    Yes I am very happy with the stability. I did a test with 3mm alu and 3mm gap. That was "ok" but not optimal. So I did 6mm for the real thing. I think it is something like 5.7mm to get the right number on the side panels. I made a quick print screen from my 120mm fan slot.

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    Thanks! :D

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  15. Ocelot

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    Thanks for the screenshot! I was planning on doing 14mm slots with ~6mm spaces, but I used 1.5mm Aluminium sheet metal. Not sure if the smaller slots are enough to account for the lesser material thickness. Now that I know what you used I'm going to do a test before I decide too.
     
  16. Andreas | Brodholm

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    Again, big thanks to ASUS!

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    Do not forget to head over to ROG nordics facebook and like them there! It helps me and you can also win stuff there!
     
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  17. Hukkel

    Hukkel James' minion

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    Holy crap that is one nice bunch of hardware right there. Not too shabby. Congrats!
     
  18. Andreas | Brodholm

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    Thanks mate!

    Even with being sponsored. I can tell you that all the gears worth put on an $/hour would be low. I mean really low :D
     
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  19. LooZypher

    LooZypher Huh!? What!?

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    Uh don't do the math on a build like this... just don't

    I love this build your eye for details and your commitment for the same is, commendable, very commendable indeed!!:rock:
     
  20. Andreas | Brodholm

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    Thank you! Really means much! The hours you put in is not really work ;)

    I love doing this and I wish I could do this for a living. Again, thanks for your kind words sir! Have a nice day! :dremel:
     

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