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Scratch Build – In Progress Project: Large Wooden Tower - Finished!

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Spotswood, 19 Sep 2009.

  1. Guest-23315

    Guest-23315 Guest

    Beautiful case :thumb:
     
  2. DeadP1xels

    DeadP1xels Social distancing since 92

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    Super cool although i did prefer it unstained looked more furniture like if that makes sense :p

    But this is super nice man really inspired me to get of my arse and do a wood case may bookmark this one for later :)
     
  3. M.Ø.J

    M.Ø.J Getting there!

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    I like the simplicity of your build. :thumb:
    But i do think its a shame that it had to be painted.
    Imo thats not allowed to do with sweet looking wood. :(
     
  4. Spotswood

    Spotswood Custom PC case builder

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    Case Specifications

    Thank you for all of the comments everyone! Here are the specifications and features of this case.

    Physical Characteristics:
    • Internal dimensions (HxWxD - inches): 26 x 10 x 25
    • External dimensions (HxWxD - inches): 30 x 13 x 30
    • Weight: 47 pounds
    Storage:
    • Modular 5-1/4-inch drive cage capable of holding seven drives, four of which are externally accessable.
    • Two removable 3-1/2-inch drive cages capable of holding four drives each. Drives are attached to the cage through soft rubber grommets.
    Materials:
    • 3/4-inch solid red oak and 5.2mm red oak veneer plywood.
    • .100-inch sheet and 1/8-inch aluminum plate and angle.
    Features:
    • The case is divided into three separate horizontal chambers, each fed and exhausted by a 120mm fan (the power supply fan is used as one of the exhaust fans). The front intake fans are fed by an air duct.
    • The 5-1/4-inch drive cage rails are removable.
    • Removable motherboard tray.
    • 2-3/8-inch twin-wheel casters.
    • A 1-1/8-inch gap between the right side panel and the removable "false" backs.
    • The power supply can be mounted in either the top or bottom chamber and in any orientation.
    • The upper chamber can hold two quad 120mm radiators.
    • Bulgin vandal resistant illuminated power switch.
    • Wood finished with black water-based stain and polyurethane.
    • Design can be easily adjusted to accommodate XL-ATX motherboards, different top, no bottom skirt, etc.
    • Can be shipped flat or pre-assembled.
    :rock:
     
    Last edited: 26 Jan 2010

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