Project WMCC (Wooden Media Centre Case) I’m building a water cooled media centre pc, mostly out of wood, with a little aluminium for good measure! I have had this idea in my head for ages, and I don’t have any full shots of what it will look like, only the odd cutting template. And so it begins... I started off with a sheet of 18mm thick plywood as my base: I then used cut a slot along the back edge of it for the plates from add in cards to sit: This was done using a circular saw (also pictured: band saw, dremel) Next a sheet of 12mm MDF was used to create the back plate. A Dell case from work was the lucky donor of the motherboard back plate: The extra hole is for the psu which will sit here: And is mounted like this: Attached to the base: As my dad has access to a few more tools at work (such as a router), he made the two frames for me: These have a nice awkward hole in the base of the curve here: Which allows it to be bolted to the front of the base: The case itself is the same length as the radiator (a Black Ice 360), which fits against the frame like so: As the radiator is not stat directly on the floor, I needed some stands for it. These have the same size and shape as the tabs on the radiator: Which I then bent: And chopped one in half: I then use the two halves on one side of the radiator, and the two whole ones on the other half: Another update tonight or tomorrow as I have a backlog of images to upload and post. Questions and comments are welcome of course.