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Getting sheet metal cut?

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Anyone know where I can get steel / aluminum cut to size? I'm working on a mod for my DF-85 case holding my file server from this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1221526/build-me-a-file-server-please#post_16572511


and I want to cut out the 3.5" bays to replace them with 3 in 2 5" bays to allow more hard drives to fit in this thing. I just need a sheet cut so I can put holes in it to attach the bays, and I don't have the tools / material / know-how to do it myself.


Silly Antec only put 9 3.5" bays in here. What the heck were they thinking...
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I think at least one of the artisans here does stuff like that.

http://www.overclock.net/f/260/overclock-net-artisans
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Check here

I assume GA location means Georgia biggrin.gif
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Check here
I assume GA location means Georgia biggrin.gif

It does. I live in Marietta (just outside Atlanta). Thanks for the suggestions, going to check out the Artisans now.
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