Hello bit-tech readers For the past two years I've been working on my second casemod. The first one was a real casemod, this one is a caseconstruction. I realise those two years are a little much, but school and all others things make it go slow. I'm still planning to finish this one, because I really want to see the result Until today I've just logged on 2 dutch forums, and for a little while I've been thinking about posting my log here. The hardest part is translating the 25 updates I've written before. I will be posting the most important pictures, so you guys can see what I've done, and what the plans are. The name is a combination of "cube" and "chameleon". The chameleon part is because of the lighting. I'll post more information about that, when I've got something to show They say all great mods start with a plan, so I planned It will become a cube of exactly 370x370x370mm, made out of aluminium square tubing and 2mm aluminium panels. So I started with the tubing, some angle-iron and M4x10 hex bolts: The inside of the case will be split in two by a divider plate, so more tubing: Just a nice picture of the bolts Besides aluminium I will also use a lot of AC-Ryan 5mm black plexi These parts will become the HDD-cages, there will be place for 4 pieces. At the moment I just have one hdd, so I think I'll have to buy some more The harddisks will be mounted with these tiny pieces of aluminium: Like so: Some nice pieces of machinery, the whole cube fits underneath it, which can come in very handy A few weeks ago this belt/discsander arrived Some panels are made to fit (which takes a few hours per panel ). Almost every wall will exist of two aluminium plates. Between those two I will be able to do a lot of the cable routing. I will use a backplate from an old case, that I've cut to size. One side is painted black, the other site will be polished. It still needs al little extra polish though A long time ago I made these parts, that will be used for the power supply. These 6 connectors will be used for the molexes, sata power and 6-pin pci-e. Some other parts will be used to run the cables through: I wasn't really happy with the results, so I used the CNC mill at school. The results where terrible This isn't really gonna work, so I'm kinda letting these ideas go. I will think of something else, when the time is there The standoffs for the motherboard are mounted also. The dead motherboard makes it easy to fit everything. Instead of the standoffs with a #6-32 thread that are used in standard cases, I used 10mm M4 standoffs. This also makes it easier to use hex bolts to mount the motherboard They aren't cut to size in this picture though.