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Case Mod - In Progress Project : Urban Camo on CoolerMaster Stacker

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by M600, 20 Jun 2008.

  1. M600

    M600 New Member

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    First of all, i wish to apologize for my bad english :) That's not my main language

    Materials needed :
    [*] Scotch Brite
    [*] Sandpaper at 360
    [*] Sandpaper at 500
    [*] Sandpaper at 1200
    [*] Primer
    [*] Sanding Machine
    [*] Compressor 200L at 6.5bars
    [*] Booth Weinmann
    [*] SATAjet gun (for the primer)
    [*] Iwata gun (for the basecoat)
    [*] Devilbiss gun (for the clearcoat)

    Already done :
    [*] Dismount the Stacker
    [*] Sanding all the surface
    [*] Put some primer on all the structure
    [*] Sanding the primer
    [*] Painting the structures in Black
    [*] Making the mask for the first coat
    [*] Put the first coat (Dark grey)
    [*] Drying
    [*] Making the mask for the second coat
    [*] Put the second coat (Medium grey)
    [*] Drying
    [*] Making the mask for the third coat
    [*] Put the third coat (Medium Brown)
    [*] Drying
    [*] Making the mask for the fourth coat
    [*] Put the fourth coat (Light grey)
    [*] Drying
    [*] Sanding the little 'défault' / 'mistake' (don't know the right word)
    [*] Clearcoating
    [*] Drying
    [*] Remount the Stacker
    [*] Remount the rig
    [*] Remount the watercooling

    ToDo :
    [*] Be proud of my work :D

    Rig :
    [*] Asus Maximus Formula
    [*] Intel Core 2 Quad 6600
    [*] 4 x 1Go Crucial Ballistix Tracer PC8500
    [*] GeForce 8800 GTX 768Mo
    [*] GeForce 8800 GTS 320mo
    [*] Carte Netgear WN311T
    [*] Asus Graveur DVD
    [*] 640 Go Western Digital
    [*] 250 Go Western Digital
    [*] 500 Go Samsung
    [*] *Laing pump + Top Plexi XSPC
    [*] *Tank 5 1/4 XSPC
    [*] *Black Ice Stealth 240mm
    [*] *NexXxos XP Silver

    Dismount the Stacker...
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    Preparing the panels
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    Painting the structures
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    Hiding the structures and mounting the panels
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    Booth on, waiting for basecoat...
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    Coat 1 done.
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    Coat 2 done.
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    Coat 3 done.
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    Pause :lol:
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    Unmasking :eeek:
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    Coat 4 done.
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    Coat 5 done.
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    And now...

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    Wish you like it ;)

    Best regards.
     
  2. Hardpetas

    Hardpetas Spain Modder

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    Good Paint Job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




    Bye
     
  3. charlesbeams

    charlesbeams TRANCEFORMer

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    haha i like how it looks :)
     
  4. ComputerKing

    ComputerKing <img src="http://forums.bit-tech.net/images/smilie

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    WOW dam, you paint like pros. ;) also you have the place and tools :rock:
     
  5. teamtd11

    teamtd11 *Custom User Title*

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    WOW, thats just... wow :p
     
  6. dan-ere-07

    dan-ere-07 New Member

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    wow very nice paint job :rock:
    and awsome HDD wireing:thumb:
     
  7. DaveVader

    DaveVader Fast Action Response Team

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    both the above say it well. Absolutely amazing! well done :)
     
  8. Thacrudd

    Thacrudd Where's the any key?!?

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    :thumbs: Very nice inside! The outside looks great, too!
     
  9. Burnout21

    Burnout21 Is the daddy!

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    wish i had a paint booth to use!

    why you running a 8800GTS and a 8800GTX? i am guessing multiple monitors for a serious flight simulator?
     
  10. M600

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    Thanks for all your feedback :)

    Yes, it's a multiple monitor setup... Not to play, not to use for Flight Simulator, not to work... Just because i'm a lazy ass bored to do "Alt+Tab" to switch between multiple windows :D
     
  11. Colossous

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    That camo finish really suits the Stacker - liking your style :thumb:
     
  12. SupReme

    SupReme Message is over there ->

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    Well done paintjob! I agree with Colossous, it really suits the Stacker!
     
  13. Oreon_237

    Oreon_237 CHEA BRO!

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    man this looks sick as! man that's a seriously nice paint job! are you like a professional airbrusher or something? and the inside :jawdrop: its like super clean!
     
  14. Nerblix

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    super sweet paint job :D very clean WM too :lol:
     
  15. emir_

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    Very nice job ;). Can you post a macro picture of the surface?
     
  16. MrWizard

    MrWizard New Member

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    Wow. That's alot of taping/masking work. Well worth it based on the results though :thumb:
     
  17. Coldon

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    absolutely gorgeous! you know what your next project should be: digital camo :p
     
  18. coolmiester

    coolmiester Coolermaster Legend

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    Probably one of the nicest camouflage paint jobs i've seen tbh and as already said it really suits the case :cooldude:
     
  19. Farmboy UK

    Farmboy UK Hungry for knowledge

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    Wow such a good paintjob, you pulled it off perfectly. Inside looks great too, nice HDD wiring
     
  20. skullen

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    Very nice :thumb:
     
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