Hi everyone, It's been a while since I posted at bit-tech (still an avid reader though) because I couldn't show my face around much after failing to complete my previous worklog. My previous work - ANGEL Ideas for a new case has been brewing in my mind for a while and the final push to build one came when I saw the news on Cooler Master case mod competition here. Anyway, I'm posting my worklog here as well. I really hope to see some feedback. Thanks for reading! **WORKLOG START** I'm starting my worklog for the Cooler Master 2011 case mod competition. I've been working on it for about a month or so since knowing about the competition. I did a lot of fabrication previously and it sure was very tedious~! Some of the central theme of this build include Mini ITX form factor Full size PSU (up to 170mm depth) Full size GFX card (up to 320mm length) 2 x 140mm air intakes (filtered) Flexibility to use and material Lightweight! Slim optical drive (slot load) 3 x HDD space (3.5 and 2.5 inch types) As mentioned, I won't be doing a lot of the fabrication this time, instead I'll be focusing on the design. So how does it get made? 3D printing! I'm getting most of the parts made by what I called the Internet Factory. I send out designs that are separately made by various people from the Internet. If you think about it, it's almost like Ponoko except maybe a lot cheaper. The idea is also allow the use of radically different material from conventional cases. It will be made of out mostly plastics! Enough of words. Here are some pictures of my initial design idea. Example of transparent acrylic used. More exotic materials! Finally a layout sketch.