Scratch Build – In Progress "ROG Carbine" DCMM 1.place

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  1. ronny78

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    Welcome to my next project

    "ROG Carbine"


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    The carbine is based on the "verc carbine" concept of Aaron de Leon,
    a 3D designer (hard surface modeling) already involved in the development of several games such as Star Citizen and Section 8.
    When I saw this concept, I realized immediately that I must build it.
    I immediately recognized a Pc in the carabiner, so followed also various drawings until I realized where the whole leads.
    Many pictures do not exist of this concept but since I adjust the model to a PC I had to ample improvise anyway
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    The goal is to combine the model with modern hardware without changing the appearance.

    As some may already know I have the same at the German Casemodding championship
    the first place occupies even though the work is not even completely completed.
    So here is the pre-release.
    I think it will still be exciting and I hope you like the worklog.


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    Hardware
    CPU:Intel Pentium G4560
    Mainboard: Asus ROG Strix Z270E Gaming
    VGA: Asus ROG Strix GTX1070 OC Gaming
    Ram: Crucial Ballistix Tactical 16Gb Kit DDR4-3000
    M.2 SSD: Crucial MX300 525Gb
    PSU: Enermax Revolution SFX 550W
    Fan: Enermax TB-Silence 12cm

    watercooling
    CPU: Aquacomputer cuplex kryos NEXT VISION PVD/Nickel
    VGA: EK FC-1080 Strix
    Res: 2 x Aquacomputer Aquatube Delrin black
    Rad: Aquacomputer airplex XT 240
    Pump: 2 x Laing DDC 1T plus with Aquacover DDC
    Flow: Aquacomputer flowsensor high flow for aquaero, aquastream XT ultra and poweradjust
    Displays: Aquacomputer VISION Touch with extern USB-cable, IR and Ambient temperature measurement
    Fittings: CoolForce by Nanoxia
    Liquid: Coolforce CF No.1 yellow

    Accessories and material
    Nanoxia 3Pin, 4Pin, PWM and Mainboard Extensions
    3mm LEDs konkav in white and blue
    toggle switch
    IR dimmer
    MDF, multiplex, plexiglass, aluminum
    BMW Angle Eyes yellow
    Aluminum and plastic priming and adhesion
    wood Sealer
    Paints in silver and anthracite
    textured paint
    Thermoforming film
    Cylinder and Lid head screws

    A big thank you goes to all sponsors without their help me the implementation would not have been possible:

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  2. ronny78

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    So here is the first update:
    I have tried to document all the work but when looking at the photos I see many details that were not properly photographed.but I hope the photos speak for themselves.
    At the moment I have 260 pictures ;) :p

    First a board cut in the shape of the weapon
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    then the essay above and below the middle barrel
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    now two ridges around the barrel to its extent to broaden.
    The groove is sawn with the circular saw to install all cables of the LEDs later
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    now the first details
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    and then two strips for the sides of the barrel
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    Now I broadened the upper and lower barrel by another 5mm. The upper barrel I saw but later completely and build it from Plexiglas
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    Now the first essays for the estuary. A groove is set with the top cutter
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    and then sawn in the correct length
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    and sandet in shape
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    Now two MDF boards glued together
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    and with the grooving cutter the width of the lower barrel milled out. Then cut into shape and ground.
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    Now the first aluminum parts
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    Here the handle on the lower barrel is now provided with long holes and then bent
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    And here are the covers of the essays from the barrel
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    This was already the first update, in the next I start with the upper barral and thus the first Plexiglas work :)
     
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  3. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Pic links are broke for me. :(
     
  4. ronny78

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    Can you see them now? I test a new hoster.:eyebrow:

    Time for the next update.
    This time it went to the upper barrel, a lot of Plexiglas was cut, bent and glued with Acrifix.

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    and the last two parts of the mouth

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    Now the round elements for the reservoir

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    If ask is please just ask;)
    Next time it goes with the AGB holders and it goes to the glass parts in the course which are later illuminated.​
     
  5. ronny78

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    This time a bit later but a slightly bigger update.

    I spare you this time with my technical English, it probably does not make any sense anyway


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    Then, until next update :-D​
     
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    Perspex and MDF this is my kinda mod! Some nice skills on show :dremel::clap:
     
  7. kim

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    I love your science fiction parts factory
     
  8. ronny78

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    Thanks guys!
    So you can see all the pictures?


    Continue to the beat.

    Next, the searcher front of the magazine

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    More rings made of MDF

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    The carrier is made of POM

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    then the Mainboard Tray.
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    Okay :p
    Until next time :-D​
     
  9. ronny78

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    Go on,
    this time unfortunately no particularly good series of photos
    but the little things are just the project to do what it is.


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    the MB Tray

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    and now it went to the magazine, the cover for the radiator and the power supply

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    So what is missing now?
    The handle and
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    Looking great ronny pics are working fine. Amazing work :rock::rock:
     
  11. ronny78

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    Hi,
    it's time again, my weekly update.

    At some point it had to be done, the water cooler on the VGA mount

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    then I needed a bracket for the magazine, 4 x 22mm MDF cubes

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    the mount for the riser cable

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    Monitors can also be connected via an angled HDMI adapter

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    now the top Cover
    5mm Plexi cut and bend

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    glued with Akrifix R192

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    more Plexi in 3mm.

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    Pity with the 25 picture limit in some forums but they were already again.
    Then, I hope it was something teaching or not, next time it goes to the construction for the handle and the power supply.​
     
  12. ronny78

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    Hi,

    now the handle.
    For this I chose Multiplex,

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    a groove for the cable from the trigger

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    now I have made the grip by deep drawing.

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    the trigger

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    The final shape looks good but there is still a lot of details.
    More in the next update

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  13. ronny78

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    Heyho !


    now i Need extern usb ports


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    for the cable

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    these alu parts have made me really ready

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    bevor the paint job i set all holes for the tubes

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    Loop complete,
    how you can see, you see nothing XD

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    holder for the res

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    Here the panel in front of the handle, so you can not look behind the motherboard or the VGA.
    Left a copy of the Northbridge cooler, for more symmetry in the rear area.

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    the psu area

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    more mdf covers

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    the holes for the eps cable

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    two old cabinet handles are exactly fitting

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    these contours I created with key files

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    The cable protection hoses are fixed everywhere with single-ear clamps and some aluminum has been adapted as veneer.

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    for the other side two 8mm MDF stripes

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    Power for the psu

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    only now have I glued the handle to the gun

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    an 8mm dowel for the good conscience

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    How do you get a bent wire straight again?

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    1. Cut the required length

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    2.Fold the ends to better grasp them

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    3. Screw the other end into a vice.
    Rule of thumb: turn the wire around its own axis per meter 6-8 times.

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    Next comes the paint and the electrics

    Thank you for reading or viewing pictures.
    Until next time!
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  14. kim

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    :jawdrop:so many details, outstanding accuracy, I spent like 2 hours watching on your pics:thumb:
     
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    Hi,

    sorry for being to late but I was a little bit sick.

    As promised the paint Job.
    To get rid of the wood grain I painted it twice with this one.
    Call it Plastic seal but it's like clear coat.

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    the colors used

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    I have coated these parts with textured paint

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    Now all individually painted parts were joined together with chassis glue (Sikaflex)

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    the electrical part

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    small details I pushed out

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    two inlays of satined Plexiglas, for Standby and HDD Led

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    All openings I have deposited with foam rubber

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    the 8Pin EPS cable

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    then the PW SW buttons and the standby and HDD LEDs

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    and here the position of the buttons

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    thats the status before the DCMM,after that I changed some little things.
    But the last ones work next time.

     
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