Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by piloux, 12 Nov 2003.
hehe, thats lovely man
thank you very much Lord Kordir and sorry me if I missed your post I must tell that G-gnome and Zapwizard are whensame modding kings and I hope one day be able to do electronics things like them... Hi Zap can you give me some lessons?
Well, you have actually given me some great leasons.
Your project is very original, and you did a great job.
My lessons are my project logs
That's right, greats project logs with awesome goodness and great website too
my homemade wood case weighs 65lbs (30kg) I needed my dad's help to lift it onto my desk....
It can't be over!! Noo! Great Job, It's an awesome case and you are a very, very skilled modder.
WOW! That Case is AMAZING! This is one of the best cases I have seen (and I have seen alot). It is a very clean mod and what I mean by that, is that it doesn't have tons of stuff on the outside. I like how you hid the PSU. I really like the mesh on the case. There is not a part on the case I don't like LOL
Can't wait to see your next one!
That's a very trick looking PC, dude. Great work!
BTW does anyone else think it looks like "Deep Thought" from the BBC series based on The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy?
I never saw this serie can you post some pics?
wow man, i think i looked at this when i first joined....didnt post... now that its in your sig....i read it....the whole thing. It looks awsoem man, and the HL2 case is beautiful....
You got it wrong dude, I think I will be taking lessons from you!
I have been away awhile and to come back and see your work (both here and your HL2 Case) is a real pleasure. Wonderful.
It's times like these I feel inspired. Thanks Piloux.
Stunning, absolutely stunning. Your case is a true work of art. It is definately up there with the work by Zapwizard and G-gnome.
Never doubt your abilities again!
That is brilliant!
I can only imagine the frustration you had when the paint cracked after what you thought was the final paint job.
WOW G-gnome is back thank you very much , Im really happy to see that I inspire you with my work I hope we ' ll see soon the final of your awesome Orac³
thank you very much
Well , thats right , when I saw the first crack I have been really dissapointed but going so far in the work to stop it like that was impossible to my mind
As others already said, it's a top job
One little thing: what about using hex/torx screws to fasten the window? IMO they look better than simple X screws, and you can found black and steel colored ones.
(your HL2 case is another fine case ofkorz )
about the screws , in fact I searched for tese ones but around my place there is only one shop where I can find some specials screws and they sell it by 1000 pieces box... that's why I put these ones
WOW damn I can't believe I havn't seen this yet this is looking awsome dude keep up the good work.
the case really looks awesome. the only thing i would change is the mesh.
rather than having separate pieces of mesh, and having them cut up like you have them, i would just use one long piece of mesh. I would cut a slit in the mesh large enough to allow a cd to go into a slot loading optical drive (you can get a CD/DVD-ROM one for like $80 i think). I would also not cut holes for the fans. The mesh has holes in it anyway. I think using one long piece of mesh would make it all fit together better.
Anyways, just my 2 cents. Your case really looks amazing. Good job!
thank you very much ,
this is a good idea about the mesh , when I was working on this project I haven't found this type of mesh in bigger size and tis is the reason why I make it with two pieces
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