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Case Mod - In Progress TrashCan wayward

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by NameAlwaysInUse, 23 Mar 2016.

  1. NameAlwaysInUse

    NameAlwaysInUse New Member

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    TrashCan wayward

    (I should only be a trash can)



    Prolog:

    On a cold rainy Sunday afternoon Mr. NameAlwaysInUse decided, in the Bavarian capital, it was the perfect day for getting a new bathroom waste bin - ONLINE!

    So he scoured the vast worlds of the Amazon’s, fought with leopards, tigers and alligators, as his eyes suddenly grazed the Authentics Lunar. It was small, well-formed and had a shiny white paint. So he had found him, the holy grail of waste bins.

    But how could he bring it home in one piece? After all, he was surrounded by many wild animals! NameAlwaysInUse opted then for a courier of the Amazon’s Logistics fleet. Will said Grail arrive home on time, and more importantly, unharmed?



    Finally, three days later, Mr. NameAlwaysInUse’s door rang, he ran to the intercom, was it Amazon’s Logistics? The speaker crackled: "I have an express delivery for you ''!

    NameAlwaysInUse opened the door and took the package, but it was heavier than expected. Wrong package?, he wondered. Distressed he opened the package and took the contents carefully from its packaging.

    To his surprise, there was no mistake, but why was it so heavy? After a short investigation, he found that it had to be due to the thick-walled ABS!



    But when NameAlwaysInUse took a closer look at the holy bin , suddenly he realized that maybe he could come up with a better use for it other than storing trash.



    This is how the story of the small trash can begun.





    Case:

    Base: Authentics Lunar 6L

    Bottom: 3D SLS Nylon print

    MB Tray: 3mm Aluminium laser cutted

    Middleplate: 3mm Aluminium laser cutted

    Cap: 3mm Aluminium laser cutted

    Framework: Maker Beam Kit 200mm
    Riser: 380mm A-Type by Li-Heat




    Hardware:

    CPU: Intel i7-6700k

    MB: MSI Z170I Gaming Pro

    RAM: 16GB Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR4

    GPU: Sapphire R9 Nano

    NT: SilverStone SFX Series ST45SF-G

    Cables: Silverstone Short Cable Set SST-PP05

    SSD: SanDisk X400 512GB



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    Cooling:

    CPU: Bitspower Summit EF Brass Nickel

    GPU: EKWB R9 Nano incl. Backplate

    Pump: Bitspower DDC Plus and Bitspower Magic Cube

    AGB: Swifttech MCRES Micro V2

    Radiator: Bitspower Leviathan Xtreme 480

    Fans: 8x Noiseblocker eLoop 120mm, 1x Noiseblocker eLoop 140mm

    Fittings: Bitspower Matte Black

    Tube: Bitspower Crystal Link 12mm Ice Red

    Liquid: AquaComputer DP Ultra

    Thermal Compound: Cooler Master MasterGel Maker Nano

    MonitoringAquaero 6LT incl. Kühler ;)

    Lighting:AquaComputer Farbwerk



    Tools

    Multifunctiontools: Dremel 8200 incl. Parallel- and Circlecutter

    Deburring: SANPRO tube deburring
     
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  2. NameAlwaysInUse

    NameAlwaysInUse New Member

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    Here is the small trash can :)


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    Let's go

    First we need a small hole for the Dremel Tool
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    Destroying the Can!
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    Around the world :p
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    Now we need our best friend... Sandpaper! And my small dragon :)
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  3. Supercluster

    Supercluster I dream in G-code

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    Looking forward to seeing the trash-can case! (one proud to be a trash can and not pretending to be something else *cough*youknowwhoyouare*cough*)

    Subscribed!
     
  4. NameAlwaysInUse

    NameAlwaysInUse New Member

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    Hehe thx :) framework is ready pictures tomorrow.


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  5. Vault-Tec

    Vault-Tec Green Plastic Watering Can

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    If I see one of these done properly I will doff my cap to you.

    Nice to see it's getting some proper hardware too.

    BTW your bottom isn't working (the pic).
     
  6. disturbed13

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    is that ment for monkey face?
    * no offence intended *
     
  7. Hzza

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    Awesome concept, subbed.
     
  8. disturbed13

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    if you like this concept then check out the IronTurnip by Cheapskate, its along the same lines. just using junk, pretty cool.
     
  9. Dot_Kappa

    Dot_Kappa 100% Puppet

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    Iron Turnip is quite different and more complex. :rock:

    I think "NameAlwaysInUse" is going to create something like the new Mac Pro and probably he takes inspiration by the Lunar project by Bouly based on the same trashcan. ;)
     
  10. NameAlwaysInUse

    NameAlwaysInUse New Member

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    First the Iron Turnip is much bigger
    Second Bouly copied the Lunar Project ;)
    Third aircooling is quiet easy in this... Problem is the watercooling :D and this is why i created the log

    @Vault i know. Not uploaded yet

    4x MakerBeam 20 cm
    4x 25mm MakerBeam screws
    12x nuts
    12x 6mm MakerBeam screws
    1x MB Tray
    1x PSU cover

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    First screw the Cover directly on the PSU
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    Then the MakerBeams for the Tray with 2x 6mm screws.
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    Now the Mb spacer incl. 4x 6mm screws
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    If the dxf is cutted properly the mainboard fits. ;)
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    Short cable.
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    Screw mainboard on the two MakerBeam
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    Bottom fitting. :)
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    Now you recognize that the cap isn't closing, because the MB ATX cable is to thick ;)

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  11. Kviker

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    that looks like bigmac-pro :lol:
     
  12. disturbed13

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    i really hope you are going to liquid cool that can
    that would be awesome!
     
  13. NameAlwaysInUse

    NameAlwaysInUse New Member

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    I will ;) Bitspower already shipped my Order :)


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  14. Supercluster

    Supercluster I dream in G-code

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    Unless I missed something this will be water-cooled externally? (or you could've invented particle shrinker and will reduce the size of Leviathan 480mm :D)
     
  15. NameAlwaysInUse

    NameAlwaysInUse New Member

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    I tried it but it was to tiny and broke... So external :D


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  16. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    I heard my name thrown about...
    Internal! WC internally! Even if you have to get a 2nd trash can and the assembly looks like a chubby. :lol:
     
  17. NameAlwaysInUse

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    The can will be on my tv Wall and the rad IN the wall :D why a second can ;)


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  18. disturbed13

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    more room for liquid cooling equipment
    it could be longer and be all internal
     
  19. NameAlwaysInUse

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    Oh nice idea. increase the height from 28cm to 76cm for the 480mm radiator :D
     
  20. NameAlwaysInUse

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    Yesterday I got my package! :)

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