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Damn it tongue.gif I ended up buying a G5 today for a nice price.. So guess what my next project will be..

Looking forward to hearing if the laser hive is worth a try for the G5.. Let's hope so wink.gif

Awesome! Glad to hear it!

About the 5.25in bay cover plate, David, the owner of thelaserhive.com, said I can use the design he came up with for me to get cut out somewhere else. This is because he said it would be a few weeks for it to get cut out, then a week or two for shipping and that would take too long so I'm going to have Dwood cut it out for me and have it powder coated gloss black! That way I kill a few birds with one stone, get it cut out quickly, powder coated, and get it shipped quickly all for about the same price, maybe even less.

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Awesome! Glad to hear it!

About the 5.25in bay cover plate, David, the owner of thelaserhive.com, said I can use the design he came up with for me to get cut out somewhere else. This is because he said it would be a few weeks for it to get cut out, then a week or two for shipping and that would take too long so I'm going to have Dwood cut it out for me and have it powder coated gloss black! That way I kill a few birds with one stone, get it cut out quickly, powder coated, and get it shipped quickly all for about the same price, maybe even less.

Jeffinslaw

I think I'm probably gonna go for some homemade stuff.. I've never really needed any front panels, so might as well keep it clean smile.gif
post #693 of 1251
just curious how you was able to remove the the piece in the front panel that covered the cd drive to get to the screw behind it? i have 2 screws left to remove so i can finally paint mine and they are both behind that :-/ haha
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just curious how you was able to remove the the piece in the front panel that covered the cd drive to get to the screw behind it? i have 2 screws left to remove so i can finally paint mine and they are both behind that :-/ haha

That piece was tough to get out... there are some tabs that keep the piece in place and you have to keep them pushed down and pull it out at the same time. It is VERY tough.

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yea i got it like 5 min after i posted it. yea it took some patience which i dont have much of haha just glad i got it out right and not just jerked it out tongue.gif just sprayed my last coat of primer on the side piece and handles waiting for it to dry then off to spraying some color. again thanks for posting your build convinced me to finally do mine. its great to see that its actually possible to mod these cases to fit non-apple stuff
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yea i got it like 5 min after i posted it. yea it took some patience which i dont have much of haha just glad i got it out right and not just jerked it out tongue.gif just sprayed my last coat of primer on the side piece and handles waiting for it to dry then off to spraying some color. again thanks for posting your build convinced me to finally do mine. its great to see that its actually possible to mod these cases to fit non-apple stuff

Awesome! Please post a link!!!

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i will. i ended up going all black my fiance scratched my lime green and black idea sadsmiley.gif but i will be adding a lot of lime green accents inside the case haha thumb.gif
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Ahem... backplates?!? biggrin.gif
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Ahem... backplates?!? biggrin.gif


I think he's blinded by the shininess and mesmerized himself. tongue.gif
   
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Ahem... backplates?!? biggrin.gif

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I think he's blinded by the shininess and mesmerized himself. tongue.gif

I called them Thursday and they hadn't done them yet frown.gif they will be ready by this Thursday and I will post pictures as soon as I get them!

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