Originally Posted by SmokinWaffle
Can't wait to see this come to fruition. Amazing concept and great work so far, keep it up.
Originally Posted by tmaven
Och you CNC cheater!
)) looks great
Lol thanks, having a CNC is like using an aimbot..... Just makes the inevitable much easier
Originally Posted by x_HackMan
Wow Looks So Epic
Thank you HackMan
Originally Posted by Lutro0
HEY! No one tells me when they start a project anymore.
Always a great show to watch your concepts Editor, you have never been much of a case modder - rather a case maker.
Sorry dude, I haven't really done any kind of promoting of this as I only got my campus party tickets this week and at that point I really wasn't ready to start building it lol
I did have a go at case modding once, I took off the front bezel put it back on and realised it wasn't for me lol
Originally Posted by Shadow_Foxx
Nice! I think I saw this on facebook
Maybe, it's getting nice and busy over there recently
Originally Posted by NV43
This....looks....amazing. Love the concept.
Thank you NV43
Originally Posted by stealthybox
What CAD software do you use Editor?
Also, where do you get your hardware models? because this looks amazing...
Generaly my design procedure will go
- Pencil & paper
- Google Sketchup or Solid Works
- Illustrator or Aspire
This can all be jumbled around and on some more complicated work I may roll through all of those steps a couple of times.
For the models I get most of them from Jez's Site
but if it's not there or not how I want it to look I'll just make my own or modify someone else models
Originally Posted by Moovin
Subbed! This looks awesome!
So day two!
First I set up the CNC to mill out the plexi part of the motherboard tray.
Bit of a jump now... but here's the assembled motherboard / mid section
Next victim is the panel that holds the radiators and also connects the mid section to the base.
Hot off the CNC
Bit of de-burring and its a quick test fit
All together now
that 5 day deadline is looking achievable
So I'll leave this update with my favourite shot of the day. Sadly you will all have to wait to find out what this block is being turned into
PS: I'm always updating the E22 Facebook page as I go throughout the day, so if your interested in watching the project come together in real time as well as keeping up to date on how I fair in Berlin head over and join the fun