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Scratch Build – In Progress Project "Fury" :) New Update (30-11-2011)! ,2nd November

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by fangame, 2 Nov 2010.

  1. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Hello all! :)

    Firstly, sorry for my bad English but I’m French and I don't often speak English.

    A big thanks to my sponsor for is support:
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    Seasonic
    Green Spirit

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    Arctic Cooling

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    Aquatuning

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    Djungelapa

    I dash into the realization of a mod from A to Z, then I was anxious to share the realization with you.

    It’s my firstly case, thus do not be too severe with me! This mod will be my school project of Final year of high school.

    Anecdotally I possess a Sonata III.

    It's a great case but I find it slightly small and especially not top to the cooling. First of all I tried to find how I could improve it, but it was complicated.

    Then I eventually concluded that I did not have more than to conceive a whole case.

    After a few hours of drawing and reflection on paper I dash into the realization in 3D under a software of CAD:
    The case will be spacious and there will be a place to integrate:

    • a system of Watercooling if need,
    • two ventilators of 140 mm in extraction above
    • and a 140 mm in inhalation(pursuit) in front of
    • more two 80 mm in extraction behind,
    • there will be also a system of fins on the top commanded automatically according to the internal temperature the case …

    After approximately seventy hours of realization in the scale here is the result: :D
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    And the back view:
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    Tell me what you think… :)
     
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  2. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Start of construction on Monday, :)
    I begin with the help of my father (I don’t know how to weld :rolleyes:) :

    Here is the scrap bought last week, 18 meters of square tube of 12mm ready to be assembled …
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    On a perfectly flat table is attacked by one side of the frame the result is quite conclusive,
    then carried out the second:
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    It is now necessary to assemble them, to finish the structure:
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    Try with a support of I/O Panel:
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    For information the frame measures 55cm of top for 63cm of length and a depth of 24cm.

    The continuation comes soon.
    ;)
     
  3. Razer2007

    Razer2007 Building Proxima

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    Look freaking awesome, and, welcome to the forum, since it's your first post.

    I like the design. Reminds me of the Alienware case (new one). I would really want to follow this. subscribed.

    In what program did you render that? Well it must be awesome to do it for a school project. are you planning on finishing it before December?

    PS. don't worry about bad english. it makes sense.
     
  4. Combatus

    Combatus Bit-tech Modding + hardware reviews Lover of bit-tech Super Moderator

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    Wow, renders look yuuuuuummy! :D
     
  5. Xtrafresh

    Xtrafresh It never hurts to help

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    Sweet renders, i really like how the whole thing appears to be leaning back!
     
  6. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Razer2007:
    Rendering is done with a module of Solidworks: PhotoView 360
    As the examination is at the end of the school year the project should be finished by May 2011 :)
     
  7. Fabou

    Fabou What's a Dremel?

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    Dude I wish I had so cool school project. I'm not really sure who to applaude for (you or your father) but it's a really nice start.
     
  8. Razer2007

    Razer2007 Building Proxima

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    Oh i see. cool. This is going to be so awesome!
     
  9. Monkey Puzzle

    Monkey Puzzle Minimodder

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    Looks awesome, and great work so far. Welcome to the forums!

    That umlaut over the u in Fury looks worryingly German!:eek:
     
  10. Razer2007

    Razer2007 Building Proxima

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    Well at least he isn't putting a small mustache on the front hehe
     
  11. Blooddrunken

    Blooddrunken In Flames we Trust

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    it's looking nice. :)
    Keep it up. :thumb:
     
  12. DeadP1xels

    DeadP1xels Social distancing since 92

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    Oh wow looks like that awesome futuristic alienware case (as said above) but better!!

    I suck at welding :p i tried it but can't get it good my dad is new to it but he is better hopefully i can do some welding on a next mod
     
  13. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    I succeeded has to get back an end of sheet steel about 0.7m ². :)
    I can begin draw the different part of the case such as the back or the internal parts.
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    As I still miss 1m² I buy it at the local shop.
    They cut me has the hydraulic shears, so that the cuts are very clear. :thumb:
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    I had also bought from them 10 piece of sheet of aluminum of 8cm by 30cm
    necessity has the realization of fins.:)
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    The plate of the support of the CM on the photo is missing...
    Sorry I had forget it.

    I think of realizing the cuts in sheet during christmas holidays.
    I am going to realize the fins in cardboard to assure me that everything is well. :D
     
  14. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Realization of the cardboard fins at the scale one, first of all to make tries.:)
    In particular to see if the slope is sufficient with regard to the center of rotation of the fin.
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    Here is a photo of three wings alongside one another:
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  15. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Hello,
    I made the wooden support for fins yesterday, so I'll post the photos:
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    Then I drilled the holes for the center of rotation of the fins:
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    Then I did a first test in the vise to see what gave her:)
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    I thought that with three fins was not much for valid trials
    So I made two more for half the total number of fins finals.


    That is just a preview of the result in the structure
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    For the tests as shown in the following pictures I am making holes in the intersection of a grid
    then I moved the center of rotation or guide according to what I want.

    It was necessary that the fins open up, but the guide does not face a translation in height too large when she moves ... So that the brain motor to follow suit him :D

    That is ultimately the final position which I adopt:
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    The fins will open a little more than the picture because in fact my pins slapped the wooden support ...:rolleyes:
     
  16. k.3nny

    k.3nny Minimodder

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    The
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    reminds me of sidewinder :p

    Good work :)
     
  17. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    k.3nny
    Hello, tank you for your post! :)
    It's nice to compare with the mod sidewinder, it is very successful ... :D


    Well, as I had a piece of cardboard I decided to make the back plate to see how the enrollment Then I trace everything, and I cut then.
    After I'll try with the support of I / O Panel.:)

    And surprise both fans are too close to the support and enrollment is too large. :waah:
    Fortunately I had made of cardboard first ...

    These are the photo once the fans in the right place:
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    In these photos we can see that the inscription is too high and exceeds the support:
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    Otherwise I would like to thank Green Spirit ,dealer of Seasonic France, for its support.
    I eagerly await the X-Series Power Seasonic 750W :D
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  18. DeadP1xels

    DeadP1xels Social distancing since 92

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    That top piece is PURE GENIUS! suffice to say i may have to use it in secret on a mod

    So cool mate!
     
  19. NavidsonRecord

    NavidsonRecord Where the bloody hell are ya'?

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    pretty cool design
     
  20. fangame

    fangame Newbie in Modding...

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    Thanks DeadP1xels and NavidsonRecord for your nice comment. :)

    That I attacked the plate yesterday, so I'll post the photos
    So I start from the rear, with the hole for the I / O Panel support :
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    There are about 20cm between the motherboard and the door! It's nice big aircooling system or loops of watercooling system... :D

    Here I drilled four small holes for threading the blade of the jigsaw:
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    And here's the result after the first hole had made:
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    It's not very clean but then I have everything to equalize the half-round file.
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    And here's a photo of the entire plate with hole for power supply,
    Lack it the holes for the switch of cold cathode. I have command it in Aquatuning.:)

    The next part is the sheet steel separate the part of the case with the power suuply and the part with the motherboard. :)
     

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