The name needs some work, that's for sure. I just looked it up, and I posted the final photos of the last project I worked on in October of 2007. That was under the user name Zero_Limits. 13 years on, the tools have had a bit of an upgrade. Which brings me to the current project. “If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.” There are many versions of the quote, but it describes the idea behind this case well. I have many tools, including a hammer, but my business is based around one main tool. The Haas VF-3SS, 6.1 tonne of Vertical Machining Centre. As such, to me, every problem looks like it should be carved out of billet aluminium. So, after having the machine for a bit over 3 years, and having made nothing on it for myself. It was time to change that. The plan was originally to make a console layout mini ITX case, but for starters I've gone with a APU size case. The photos below show today's progress. Well today's progress on the machining anyway, the design and programming took considerably longer than a day. The finish on the walls isn't what I'd hoped for. But I was avoiding spending many hundreds of dollars getting the tool I should have used for the task. Instead I made do with an 8mm reduced shank carbide end mill, not ideal for 68mm of took length, but it got the job done, and the case will be bead blasted before anodising anyway. Need to get my hands on a new tool holder and collets to be able to drill and tap the stands offs before removing it for the subsequent operations.