Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Attila, 3 Feb 2010.
And wherever Attila's mods set foot... No other mod shall ever grow!!!
Awsome, it looks professional
Was wondering about it too, now I know , gonna take some adjusting as oldnewb is imprinted on my brain as a fantastic modder, need to wash that off & replace it with Attila , besides it's better to have your name mentioned rather than a screen name, now your getting fame for being you .
How much are those legs insured for at Lords, Lights up in the right place too LOL (Sorry, couldn't resist) Beautiful work man.
I was trying to think what these reminded me of and it suddenly dawned on me when I was walking down our 'Hall of Fame' at work.
The Nord 500 a very early research aircraft designed to evaluate tilt duct technology.
I couldn't find the exact picture we have at work which is a better match to your fans.
Hall of fame where do you work?
This is the last update. The PSU was re-sprayed and fits in better now.
Then the tedious task of wiring up. I shouldn't complain, this went a lot quicker than CX1.
I need to re-make the cover for the drive/cable box, but apart from that, just some painting
and tweaking. I took her inside and fired it up just to check everything was OK. And it was.
Next time I'll have the money shots.
WOOOOOOOO! I can't wait for the money shots Attila.
For me the last two looks like money shots too.
Too much alu pron!
From a sexy wood-clad beast to an equally sexy unclad beast
You're just too good.
Need step ladder now... to reach the bar! oops, it's not tall enough!
I would suggest they are ALL money shots
Certainly some fantastic work going on here, and it is indeed a terrible injustice to the computing world that no computer cases currently available on the market are anything even approaching this in "fantasticness"
Wow so it's complete now & finished shots are incoming, wooo hoooo can't wait .
Agreed the psu fits in perfect now, although it looked cool as it were but I guess just not cool enough for your ultra high standard .
Right on schedule to win again this year.
Martin-Baker Aircraft we made the ejection seat for it.
Love the latest pics btw, this is going to be a stunning rig.
I noticed you use stick on templates when you are cutting out your sheet metal work; do you use and CAD software?
Wow , that looks amazing.
That is not a build as that is just Art in its true form.
It's about time!!! The build looks awsome, yet another masterpiece.
Fantastic man just fantastic, now, where are the money shots!! Hurry up!
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