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I understood tongue.gif

he is saying that the shapes he is trying to make are easiest to make out of plastic with a vacuum forming mold. But since he doesn't have one, he is making it out of metal and will be cleaning it up in the same way auto body places fix car panels (with filler/sanding/solder/etc.)
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I do like winning, just remember its all going to surfaced filled.

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I understood tongue.gif

he is saying that the shapes he is trying to make are easiest to make out of plastic with a vacuum forming mold. But since he doesn't have one, he is making it out of metal and will be cleaning it up in the same way auto body places fix car panels (with filler/sanding/solder/etc.)
I see you're fluent in sil3nt tongue.gif



Lookin' good btw!! thumb.gif
See, it wasn't hard was it? tongue.gif
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I see you're fluent in sil3nt tongue.gif
Lookin' good btw!! thumb.gif
See, it wasn't hard was it? tongue.gif

Haha no , I need some more tools.
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I understood tongue.gif
he is saying that the shapes he is trying to make are easiest to make out of plastic with a vacuum forming mold. But since he doesn't have one, he is making it out of metal and will be cleaning it up in the same way auto body places fix car panels (with filler/sanding/solder/etc.)

Ah, okay, get it now, thank you.

We have this cool framed piece of art my father once made, it's a flat piece of orange plastic vacuum molded around (the shape of) a clenched fist, that looks like it's punching trough it.
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I found this post after i woke up and read for an hour, hour at lunch and during the slow times during the day, 60 pages later... This is the type of thread that really gets me excited about wanting to build something from scratch(it pains me to know you spent that much and cut it down to outer rails and the rest of from scratch).

We're currently debating what do to in terms of a server, single server dual processor, or dual server single processor each but much better speeds. This is giving me ideas about single case fitting 2 computers, vertically.

Hmmmmm, single wide vertical, double wide vertical, or like 10U rack, ah choices.
post #597 of 1503
Dude your going great right now! biggrin.gif Just make sure your happy with what you do so you keep this case for a long time.
If I were you I would send a couple of pics to Corsair and tease them with something that 1 extraordinary guy like you could achieve something heaps of licensed designers couldn't of rolleyes.gif .
Keep it up!
post #598 of 1503
I've never really like the 800D in its stock setup, but this, this is no ordinary 800D, this is pure awesomeness, especially the front.

This makes my want to make my dream of building my own case come true, it proves that you don't need super high tech laser and water cutting machines. This is how a case should be built, with heart, sweat and blood!
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I've never really like the 800D in its stock setup, but this, this is no ordinary 800D, this is pure awesomeness, especially the front.

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I found this post after i woke up and read for an hour, hour at lunch and during the slow times during the day, 60 pages later... This is the type of thread that really gets me excited about wanting to build something from scratch(it pains me to know you spent that much and cut it down to outer rails and the rest of from scratch).
We're currently debating what do to in terms of a server, single server dual processor, or dual server single processor each but much better speeds. This is giving me ideas about single case fitting 2 computers, vertically.
Hmmmmm, single wide vertical, double wide vertical, or like 10U rack, ah choices.
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Originally Posted by REAPER XD View Post

Dude your going great right now! biggrin.gif Just make sure your happy with what you do so you keep this case for a long time.
If I were you I would send a couple of pics to Corsair and tease them with something that 1 extraordinary guy like you could achieve something heaps of licensed designers couldn't of rolleyes.gif .
Keep it up!
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Originally Posted by AlbertMwugabi View Post

I've never really like the 800D in its stock setup, but this, this is no ordinary 800D, this is pure awesomeness, especially the front.
This makes my want to make my dream of building my own case come true, it proves that you don't need super high tech laser and water cutting machines. This is how a case should be built, with heart, sweat and blood!

Thanks mate, a agree it should be build by hand. Any think is possible, just have to put your hand to it.

Thank you all for your comments, just about to get modding.
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