Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Spotswood, 19 Sep 2009.
Super cool although i did prefer it unstained looked more furniture like if that makes sense
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
I like the simplicity of your build.
But i do think its a shame that it had to be painted.
Imo thats not allowed to do with sweet looking wood.
Thank you for all of the comments everyone! Here are the specifications and features of this case.
Internal dimensions (HxWxD - inches): 26 x 10 x 25
External dimensions (HxWxD - inches): 30 x 13 x 30
Weight: 47 pounds
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.
3/4-inch solid red oak and 5.2mm red oak veneer plywood.
.100-inch sheet and 1/8-inch aluminum plate and angle.
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.
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