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Case Mod - Complete ⭐ Quantum Master (CM Master Case 3 Casemod)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Kviker, 30 Jan 2018.

  1. Kviker

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    Hi guys! This is our project with my friend aio. (Really made the most of it)
    • The idea was to make a quick and inexpensive project, based on fallout. It's not supposed to be fully authentic device, just in case the style of fallout. (Hope you know what i mean)
    • After a brief discussion we decided to choose the thematics of Nuka-Cola.
    • There will not be pc-parts, just modding the case.
    Blueprint for the start!

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    uhhh.. some time ago the forum was "narrow". It was very comfortable for reading text and viewing images. Why the forum was again wide from the edge of the monitor?
     
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    и старые темы стёрли:sad:
     
  4. Kviker

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    • First step: top panels.
    Details for top panel cut from stainless steel 3 mm and 1 mm. They are sanded and glued with silicone adhesive tape 3M.

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    pictures looks so big, usually the forum scales the image, but somehow this functionality disappeared.
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  5. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Stainless steel? Awesome! :D I really liked the 2 layer look of the spacers. It's a shame you can't see that on the outside.
    You might want to take the "complete" banner off of the thread until you are done posting.
     
  6. Kviker

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    Done!
     
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    • Step two: epoxy resin
    We made a few test castings and settled on the one that has glow in the dark.

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    • Step three: front panel.
    The frame inserts into the front panel of the case was made of stainless steel with a thickness of 3 mm.
    It is assembled on the principle of interlocking connections, and the black color we gave him with powder coating.

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  9. cobalt6700

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    Thats looking super cool, 3mm stainless! :lol: :grin:
     
  10. Kviker

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    Thanks!
     
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    Last details for tront panel.

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    • Step four: promotional banner.
    The pedestal for the poster is made of.... 3 mm stainless steel :D From damage the poster closed by plexiglass.

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    • Step Five: backlight.
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    • Last step: left side panel, lighting system and controller.
    The LEDs are controlled by the Arduino Pro Micro with a specially written for this project program.
    The color and brightness can be configured for each point of illumination independently.
    We have a total of three of them: the tape inside the case, the light over the poster and the ring at the base of the bottles

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    Sometimes we did mistakes :duh:

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    Final photo, hope you like it!

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    :jawdrop: fantastic build, design, and ideas, :clap::clap: congratulations Kviker...I envy you to have a mate like AIO...his modding skills and creations are like :wallbash: ...he is in my top 3 of the greatest modders...keep on modding guys :grin:
     
  20. Kviker

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    Thank you Kim so much!
    Thank you!
     

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