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Scratch Build – Complete ⭐ Project - The Next Level - Winner MOTY 2012 -

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Paslis, 4 Jan 2012.

  1. Paslis

    Paslis Minimodder

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    Thanks mate. :D

    Thanks jeff and its long from finisht so stay tuned. :D
     
  2. pyro1son

    pyro1son Linux User!

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    That looks great! Really solid and stable too! :thumb:
     
  3. Paslis

    Paslis Minimodder

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    Thanks and yes i was very suprised in how stable the columns are and the same with the column for the screens.
     
  4. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    OK, that last reply to what I said was... I wasn't saying use it on your wife. :worried: (You must've read 'preset' and thought 'speeds' or something...

    I really jumped in because I noticed the base has a lot of toe-stubbing potential with those points out front. That looks like it would hurt.
     
  5. Paslis

    Paslis Minimodder

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    Your right about that Cheapskate and thats why the cover gets a round shape on the corners because i dont want anyone in my family to hurt a toe.
     
  6. Paslis

    Paslis Minimodder

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    Update 10.

    This weekend it was time to do some modding again.The mobo tray en the cover for the 4 casefans at the front were cut on the lasercutter.

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    Then i bend the 2 pieces.

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    Then it was time to make the standoffs for the mobo.For this i used 8mm stainless steel with M4 thread.

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    After that i drilled the holes for the mobo in the mobo tray and mounted the standoffs on the mobo tray and placed it inside the desk.

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    Time to mount the mobo on the tray.

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    Time to mount the fancover and this is how it looks at this point.

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    This was it for today.

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  7. Waynio

    Waynio Relaxing

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    Awesome update, that's 1 very neat looking mobo tray. :)
     
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  8. craig - toyoracer

    craig - toyoracer Minimodder

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    Looks great, nice to have such room that you can only get in a desk size case. This really is one sweet build. :)
     
  9. dirky90

    dirky90 Minimodder

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    looks interesting, i will be following...
     
  10. kelmannen

    kelmannen What's a Dremel?

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    nice progress! senses awesomeness! =)
     
  11. Paslis

    Paslis Minimodder

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    Thanks Waynio. :)

    Thanks craig and yes room enough. :)

    Thanks dirky90.

    Thanks kelmannen. :)
     
  12. jhanlon303

    jhanlon303 The Keeper of History

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    Just keeps getting better.

    Oh, and nice motherboard choice too.

    john
     
  13. wejjy

    wejjy Minimodder

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    Looks great mate, I love your work still its insanely detailed and neat love the idea too, keep it up!
     
  14. Attila

    Attila still thinking....

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    I've been watching but I'm always stumped for words. :eeek: Clean, precise work and nice design too. :thumb:
     
  15. Paslis

    Paslis Minimodder

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    Thanks John and the mobo will fit the colors im gonna use.Titanium grey and blue details.

    Thanks wejjy i will keep it up. :D

    Thanks for your kind words Atilla. :D
     
  16. Paslis

    Paslis Minimodder

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    Update 11.

    This weekend it was time to start working on the cover for the back side.For this i used 3mm aluminium.

    First i cut a piece of the right measurements and bend it.

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    I want the cover to go with the design so i cut the pieces for the corners.

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    Then i weld the pieces together and did some finishing.

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    Then i made the side pieces for the cover with the holes in them for the 80mm casefans.I was so busy making them that i already finisht them and then i realised that i forgot to make some pictures.At that point i spotwelded all the pieces together.

    Spotwelded the side pieces on the cover and finisht welding them and some sanding ofcourse.

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    Time to fit the cover and this is how it looks.

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    The cover is stil not ready but im satisfied how it looks so far.

    More to come.


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  17. Waynio

    Waynio Relaxing

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    :lol: Bending 1mm perfect is nice but 3mm :jawdrop: that is 1 heck of a beauty of a bending brake :D bet that piece is wickedly strong, that table is fantastic also & perfect work to match the awesome gear.

    Simply beautiful fabrication all the way. :clap:

    Seriously drool worthy desk case & that's without the hardware. :D:rock:
     
  18. kelmannen

    kelmannen What's a Dremel?

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    yeah exactly, he could put a pII 300mhz in it and i wouldn't care :D
     
  19. Niel

    Niel What's a Dremel?

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    You got a subscribe. I love this build and I wish i had such a table for my self. Keep up the good work..
     
  20. thegyufi

    thegyufi What's a Dremel?

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    it seem to be so ... perfect !

    love your work, keep going this way !
     

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