Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by DireSnake, 9 Aug 2008.
Marking of a material
I'm intrigued on the PSU re-housing alone
how are you going to stop it from catching fire? I know there are two fans but still...
Yeah, Neat design on the case, but I don't trust PSUs that much. I've seen them flame up in METAL housings.
he's russian i think, that means every thing they make is a death trap! but i like it!!
The sketches look like something Tribaloverkill once drew for Case Evolution But it looks nice, I wanna see more
Looks very interesting though. Would like to see more...
looks very interesting and innovative its good
looks great so far, but just like others, i have doubts about safety of this.
i would still line the whole inside of the psu with some sort of heat and flame resistant material. that's going to be an oven in there and any unlucky spark could set the whole case alight :/
karolis,bigsharn akrilic glass has flown down too not so fireproofly
Burnout21 We do not do fatal (death), we prefer effective and functional
surely the wood being so close to the PSU would char over time...? seems a bit risky matey, good luck!
Maybe if it were unfinished and covered with lighter fluid. It's a 350W power supply.
Keep up the good work!
The skull starts to accrue a bone
Q: Unless in the block PSU can there will be sparks which can something burn? From what?
Sparks can happen if short circut occurs... or if some PWM chip burns out
but i don't think it can start a fire on that thick wood
Temperature of ignition of a pine - 250 degrees Celsius. I do not think, that any power unit will be at such temperature still efficient
Oh, WOW. Don't stop. Even if there is danger involved, it's only the PSU that scares us. The shapes are cool.
Computer fires do happen. Usually it's the capacitors in the power supply or the insulation on the wiring. Just keep an extinguisher nearby.
Nah, don't worry about fire. Just keep on modding, this is great stuff
Like they said.,
keep on building, love that skeleton.
sceleton (50% complete)
perspective (inside center panel for mATX MB), left, front, rear & top view.
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