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This is nice, good job! You are making me want to build a case... need money first.
Thanks! Like I mentioned early in the thread, you can get crappy pine for really cheap. If you have an old case that you can steal the motherboard tray from it's pretty inexpensive, actually. Assuming you have some basic tools, that is.

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I just looked at Stiletto and I have to give you more credit on your evolving wood skills. That front panel looks good, but you know there was some not so straight cuts made and a little overcutting.

Seriously, this wood case was very good! You are becoming a Yankee workshop!
The woodcutting on Stiletto was awful.

I kind of wish I hadn't butchered that Smilodon, actually. Now it's pretty useless.
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Originally Posted by t-ramp View Post
Thanks! Like I mentioned early in the thread, you can get crappy pine for really cheap. If you have an old case that you can steal the motherboard tray from it's pretty inexpensive, actually. Assuming you have some basic tools, that is.


The woodcutting on Stiletto was awful.

I kind of wish I hadn't butchered that Smilodon, actually. Now it's pretty useless.
I have a small graveyard of useless peices as well..... poor cases...
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