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Can you show me how you put the panels together? I've been wanting to make my own case from acrylic for a while.
Clamps, weldon 3 and a paint brush

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How well does acrylic manage sound/vibration versus steel and aluminum? I definitely prefer steel to aluminum but acrylic is so much better looking and if it's just as good...
Acrylic is pretty damn good at absorbing sound, especially when it's 6mm thick.

Got work tomorrow so I'll make this short. Basically there's quite a few changes that have been made since the first proto and this one I am building is the final version.





If you have a keen eye you'll see that there's a pocket for the demciflex filters to sit in on http://www.demcifilter.com/filters_how_choose.php . They come bundled with the case along with the Noiseblocker Fans.






The main differences are in how the HDD's are placed, the intakes from the 140mm fan and the mounting for extra fans (more on that later).



I need at least two more of these.



All but the feet and some other parts have to be installed.


Have yet to get the watercolour paint, doing that tomorrow.




A mid placed 120mm fan and a 16mm anti-vandal switch finish the minimalistic design.

I will most likely finish this one off tomorrow, 4 more to make!
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Wow it's been a busy week!








Took some time out for a quick photoshoot on the CNC table, enjoy!









More to come!
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