Hey all, I know I've been out of the loop for a while but I'm back with something new. I won't bore you with a huge introduction since I tend not to read them myself. But, after I went back to school for a two year engineering degree I've been working at a machine shop for the last couple of years. I'd been getting that all so familiar itch to make something so I decided to whip up a case relatively quickly. It seems like the days get shorter and shorter and I just don't have time to sink hundreds of hours into builds anymore. I wanted to make something to showcase a bit of what I can do now with my new-found career so I made a SFF design based on machining it out of one piece of aluminum. I think it's about 3L so pretty small, but it's also a pretty minimal build. Here's a list of what's going in it: Ryzen 2400G Gigabyte AB350N-Gaming Wifi 8gb Corsair 3000mhz Silicon Power 120gb m2 ssd 120w picoPSU I'm a bit of an old fogey so I like to keep everything simple, no sponsors, no pages and pages of pointless hardware shots, no social media. Just me, a chunk of aluminum, Solidworks, Mastercam, and a $100k CNC mill. Yes, simple . Here are some real rough renders of the plan, enough to get an idea of what's to come. Since it's not a build log without actual building, here's about 20lbs of aluminum. It's hard to see anything through a wet window, so I tried to record a short clip of the action. It's a small machine with a BT30 taper spindle and a long-ish end mill, so I'm not pushing it very hard. Sorry for the video quality, recording through a wet window with a smartphone isn't exactly easy. I've left stock on the top and front since those are curved. It's not exactly easy clamping on a curved surface so I'll come back later and do each face after the rough shape has been whittled down. That's all for now, thanks for reading!