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Scratch Build – In Progress S.PiC Simple Case mk1

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by S.PiC, 4 Mar 2019.

  1. S.PiC

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    Good day everyone!)

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    There was an idea to create a small case for the mini-itx motherboard, full-size graphics card and ATX power supply. This time the material will be 2mm aluminum cut with a laser.

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    Compared to previous projects, the forms are quite simple, hence the name: Simple Case mk1.
    So let's get started!)
     
  2. S.PiC

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    Personally, case was bent on the bending machine at work) Turned out nice, but got some shoals when you use specific old instrument (bending machine).

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    Damm i gotta get me on them laser cutting machines for the work shop!!!
     
  4. Cheapskate

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    SPIC BUILD! :rock:
     
  5. S.PiC

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    I'm shopping too. :lol:
     
  7. S.PiC

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    Prototype photos:
    Waiting for sponsors parts for final Assembly...

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    it looks fantastic, for what I can see as of now :naughty:
     
  9. Cheapskate

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    Lots of nice little details. I like how you crenelated the edges to make the layers more pleasing.
     
  10. S.PiC

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    I am glad you like it!)

    Thank You so much! Your words are a great praise for me! :dremel:

    More photos of PROTOTYPE:

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    New photos:

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    E.PiC!! That is a really smooth raw metal build.

    What are the dimensions? I can't scale it easily. I could see an ITX one being really good for my LAN kit.
     
  14. kim

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    :clap::rock:awesome little rig... :eyebrow: just wondering what is the proc and MB and regret that the thread was so short this time :grin:
     
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    Thank's!) Dimensions without handle, which also acts as a stand, approximately 360mm*310mm*150mm

    Thank you so much!) It's just PROTOTYPE! The final build with sponsor components in the work.
    Now in the prototype is installed: Intel i5 6400 on ASUS H170I-Pro, nVidia GTX 1080ti Founders Edition, Seasonic Prime 650W Titanium. Waiting for sponsorship components. The bottom fans perfectly cool the loaded graphics card.
     
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