It has been a while since I made any modifications to my PC, but I just started work on a shroud for the PSU.
I am using 0.9mm thick aluminium and it works great, a nice balance between flexibility and strength.
So far it is all cut, bent and ready for drilling holes, which will have nuts and bolts to secure it to the case.
Unfortunately my drill bit became blunt and even bent when drilling through the case, it's very strong, which ultimately is a good thing.
I have drilled 5 holes and have 3 more to go, I just ordered a new cobalt drill bit so will finish the work when it arrives.
After drilling I will sand it all down, file the edges to make sure they're smooth, then spray-paint it a matte black.
I'll post again later with updates. Here are a few pictures so far:
In this last picture you can see the screws I will be using, M3 thread, 5mm long, socket button head. Secured with nuts on the other side.
I haven't actually tested to see if the nuts will attach, I'm a bit worried the screws are too short, although if that's the case I'll just buy longer ones.Edited by SebRa - 6/27/15 at 3:55pm