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Finally!

UPDATE! Fixing the sidepanel and engraving

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Hello dear readers

Finally i'm back from 1 month withheld and i can no say that is full gas, As the hockey season is over i got a lot of more time for this project, So let's go


I went to the store yesterday and i bought this carbon paper, Diamond disks and also A dremel.


Another picture of the dremel.



Everything you got with the dremel.


Tillbehör som man fick med.
Accessories that you got with the dremel.


Time for some cutting.



Also some time for engraving(First time).


Result


I made a skull, On another case, Just for testing.


I thougt this looked better.


Maybe something that would look cool?
(Sorry for the quality)


Result of the cutting, What do you think?


Tycker att jag har en gjort en bra kabeldragning.
I think the cable management looks good.


Ending picture for this time.

If you want to see more pictures that i have choose to not have here, Press Here

nu var det slut för denna gång, Men det kommer snart mycket mer.
Now it was done for this time, soon it will come much more.

Don't forget to comment, and also give me critics


Yours sincerely,
//Tartaros


Edited by Tartaros - 4/14/13 at 9:24am
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Subbed - waiting for more updates - keep up the great work thumb.gif
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Please dont hide all your pics with spoiler tags. It is not necessary for your build log and should be used when quoting posts with a large number of photos. Plus I cannot see the photos on the computer I am using because I have an outdated browser.

The pics that I can see look great, keep up the good work.
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post #14 of 26
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Subbed - waiting for more updates - keep up the great work thumb.gif
Thanks:), I think you are my first subber (Congratulation)
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Please dont hide all your pics with spoiler tags. It is not necessary for your build log and should be used when quoting posts with a large number of photos. Plus I cannot see the photos on the computer I am using because I have an outdated browser.

The pics that I can see look great, keep up the good work.
Thanks for the feedback, Next update(This one will not include any spoiler)

EDIT: This one is not included xD

Hola, As they say in Espania

Time for a mini-update,

This time i made the lines looks "better", What do you think?



I will have some u channel rubbers in the edges, Just need to buy some smile.gif

I'm also going to replace the color grey with white


All for now

//Tartaros
post #15 of 26
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Update 5-Painting the case parts.

Hello!

It's time for another update and this time I've painted the front and also the side-panels to white, I'm sorry that i only had the time to take on picture. Sorry for the bad quality.


The painting didn't go so very well, So i will try to paint this again today or maybe tomorrow.

I can also take the chance to ask you guys about some painting tips?

Don't forget to post your thoughts, I need them


Sincerely,
Tartaros
post #16 of 26
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post #17 of 26
It looks like you didn't sand the old paint a little from the case. That will help give the new paint something to stick on.
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post #18 of 26
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Coming out good!
you should get some C-strip for the side window.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/5096/mol-04/Slim_C-Strip_FanWindow_MoldingGrommet_Edging_-_Black.html?tl=g44c355s338#blank
mol-04.jpg
mol-04_2.jpg

Thanks, Yes thinking of the u-channel instead of the C-channel for the side window wink.gif

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It looks like you didn't sand the old paint a little from the case. That will help give the new paint something to stick on.

I did, my painting just ended so, i couldn't finish the job:)
post #19 of 26
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Continue- Update 5-Painting the case parts

It's friday today!

Hello dear readers i hope you are fine, Finally i got the case painted,The result got much better then the last time i tried this,So i have learned me something new( 1 point to me) so the next in this project will be, Fixing the window, I think i could get it done tomorrow or maybe sunday,But sadly everything have an end, Even this awesome project, But who cares?, when it will be more projects? In about max two months i will build and also mod my new project. So i will let you taste on the sugar until then, But when you could also visit my new Facebook Page In this Facebook page you will see modifications all around the world. Welcome!

Back to the project.

I've done this today-
Repaint the case parts.

And the result is above.






I just wanted to show you how the CPU fan really lights.

It's all that i can offer for you this time smile.gif


If you have any questions feel free to ask

take care

sincerely,
Tartaros
post #20 of 26
Looks really good! only a few notes for you:
-When and will you put "legs" to the case? i think its important, and you already have the case legs somewhere (probably), all you need to do is to drill and to screw them in.
-How do you design the io panel to go? i recommend for you to use the old bottons, buying another set is just a waste (my opinion).
-Repaint everything with another 2 or 3 layers- that way if you will bang or scratch the case the paint wont come off and it will still look good. its also important to choose a good spray, do not take the cheapest one you can find.
-about turning the case, first of all its 90 and not 45 degrees tongue.gif . its an amazing idea for my opinion which gives ton of possibilities, but you need to consider some things:
1. the io panel. as i mentioned, building a new one of sketch is really hard and even buying a new one is unnecessary. the best option is to take the one you already have and to remount it.
2.cd rom. i saw many amazing projects witch blended in the cd rom in vary unique way. chack all the possibilities and to find the best for you (CD ROM without a tray is easier to mount and to bland nice).
3.cables management at the top. take a look at the TJ11- will give you a pretty good idea of how to make the cables coming out of the top to look much cleaner and better.

sorry for the bad english, im a 14 and not american just like you tongue.gif
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