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A friend has an old PC50 the wants rid of (post and whatever for some other bits) I'm thinking of getting and modding for my wife. Thinking of putting the PSU drawing from bottom and out front.
If I may ask, what was your prep and paint proceedure?
Your job here will be lots of help. thumb.gif

What kind of PC50 is it?
I think there are two models.

I only painted the interior of the case, the exterior was done by a panel beater since I wanted a really good shiny finish on the outside.
To paint the internal components, I sanded them lightly.
Then used some self-etching primer (couple of coats, not too thick), followed by 2 coats of paint.
If I was to redo it, I would apply another 2 coats of paint (so 4 in total) and I would also make sure to prime the exterior of the case before sending it to the panel beater.

Let me know if you have any more questions smile.gif
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Thanks:thumb:
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