Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by IVANICS Design, 16 Mar 2014.
Thanks! It is.
Take some picture of it please! I'm curious!
There will be no fire... maybe when I overclock the CPU to 10.000MHz...
(the wood's flash point is between 350–470 °C) So keep calm )
Day 16 in my father's workshop
I told you guys... 8)
Details will be in the next update :wink:
So as always stay tuned...
Day 17 in my father's workshop
Now the PSU is white :bounce:
Here the details as I promised:
The sleeved cabels looks just fine 8)
Try the motherboard tray:
Day 18 in my father's workshop
Day 19 in my father's workshop
The LED is arrived:
And a mess
Stay tuned... not much left to show
Wow! cant believe I didn't see this sooner.
looking really good man.
Day 20 in my father's workshop
My father helped me with this one with the planing machine:
I made a mistake... so I have to repair:
My favourite part, the PSU cover:
Let's assembly the main parts of the O.A.C
Stay tuned... almost done guys, almost done
You got some plane skills. nice!
That last part you made (I'm guessing it's for storage?) is my favorite part of your case. I think If you made a whole closed case in that style it would look amazing.
Thanks. And yes it is for the HDD-rack and BD-ROM cover.
To me the power supply cover is the best part of the case
Day 21 in my father's workshop
My new CPU cooler... the Cooler Master TPC800 :roll:
Lots of nice wood action going on in this build - like it!
Day 22 - back in college
Sata cabels are now blue
Looks pretty sweet, just the pics in thread are quite big and loading takes some time.
Thanks and sorry for that but I can't change the resolution it's already uploaded. And not much to come
Day 23 in the workshop of my university
So I bougth two acrylic sheet from a gentle (84 years old) uncle (he must be a MacGyver or something). One for me and one for my godfather. I have never bend acrylic so I was scared about it.
The sheet has cutted by the laser cutter. But I haven't taken any pictures of it because we needed to do it fast but It was like the wood cutting which you could see posted above.
So let's see how went the bending (using a heat gun):
And the **** happened...
I knew now where does it wrong... I made a stress concentration that point... two straight lines are running into each other. So I will check next time and make a radius there... and my godfather's one gonna be better
Probably I'll do it again a near future but not that near so I'll use it in the competition. My friend Attila Nagy who making the final pics now offered me to correct it in Photoshop or least he'll try it.
So stay tuned my friends... the final form of the O.A.C is coming...
Yeah it's the teaser of the upcoming pics...
I would like to thank everyone who helped with the O.A.C.
Many thanks to my friends Attila Nagy for the final pics, Péter Borbély for the oil, Gergely Nagy, Boldizsár Kiss, Attila Szerémy
and Máté Horváth for advices, Zsolt Géber for supervising the poster, to my godfather Csaba Győri for ordering a O.A.C,
to my roommate Márk Pernesz for the fun and supervising the translation. To my family who have always trusted me helped me to get here.
At last but not least many thanks for my lady Virág Petkó who tolerated me in the process!
And you guys who shared yours thoughts about O.A.C in the comments!
Thank you all!
Very very well done. It came out perfect! Your work is very neat and precise. This case is very suitable for a lan-party. Love the postmodern look!
Have some rep.
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