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Scratch Build – In Progress The green water of class

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Corsaronero333, 25 Feb 2012.

  1. Corsaronero333

    Corsaronero333 New Member

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    Hello I introduce myself my name is Ermanno I love modding and now I want to present my work.
    I hope you like it, the path will be 'long.
    It takes time ideas and furthering your friends crazy.
    The project is in most 'parts, the first will be' all the components in brushed stainless steel
    I apologize for my English but I'm 'using google translator

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    Hi Ermanno! Really nice to see your mod also there. Take the good flame of modding alive :)
    Cheerz!

    Tony
     
  4. Vandalo

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    Welcome Corsaro... OMG this should be a great job.
    For all... this guy is a great italian modder, I advise you to follow him.

    Good work Ermanno.
     
  5. Editor22

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    Thank you for taking the time to post here Corsaronero333 it must be frustrating having to use google translator!

    I have seen a few of your builds doing the web circuits and if they are anything to go by this should be awesome! :D
     
  6. asura

    asura jack of all trades

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    That bares a passing (but much more elegant) resemblance to the HDD rack in the bottom of the Lian Li PC-A10. Hopefully the rest will continue to be sleeker and more intrinsically simple.
     
  7. Corsaronero333

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    Thanks guys with all my heart, I guarantee you that the mod will be full of surprises ..

    Oh yes you are right for HD has been taken a design similar to the Lian-Li but eventually you'll see that change..


    Eheheheheh is beautiful ...... but the change is coming.
    First of all I have to remove the upper part of the support, because hides too much HD or SSD, so doing I take this opportunity to drill further supports aloggiare SSDs also in more 'I have to drill and countersink the bottom then I'll need' for anchor at the base, after threading from M3


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    From here begins the frenzy to see how it comes out, and basically makes' her dirty figure, everything fits perfectly


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    As last working, I just have to remove all sharp edges with a file, mount the rubber

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    And after many adventures here we are with the supports of the SSD mounted


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  10. stallo709

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    Hi corsaro, you are a great:clap:
     
  11. Tangster

    Tangster Butt-kicking for goodness!

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    Looks good so far!
     
  12. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    :thumb: Looks good. I love stainless steel.
    Welcome to BitTech.
     
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    Thanks guys is a pleasure to be here in your company
     
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    And here is the second processing, brushed stainless steel.
    This keeps the same basic design as that of HD but change its width, the top will be slightly extended to cover the whole frame of a possible DVD.



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    Before starting work, I have to drill through with a peak of 2.75 and then threading from M3 and countersink the screws where they will go to find accommodations.



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    All parts including the base will be retouched with sandpaper to reduce the sign of the original glazing, considered excessive


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    Assembling the various pieces




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    Great work! This is simply beautiful.
     
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    Very interesting and well done. Excellent solution. :hip:
     
  17. Corsaronero333

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    thanks:rock:

    Tonight I continue not to leave you up with the processing and support for VGA slot for USB3 and the power button / reset


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    Support for VGA


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  18. asura

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    Bench?

    Attention to detail is phenomenal.
     
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    wow man they look factory made real high class build going on here cant wait to see more!
     
  20. Corsaronero333

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    :)

    :naughty:

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    Thanks guys, short new developments
     

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