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post #1001 of 1271
Quote:
Originally Posted by Minamoto View Post

I have just received a package from Caselabs, with a Mercury S5 inside.
This is such a nice case. I am very happy and I am probably the first Japanese owner of this product.

Everything is in perfect condition and while it was supposed to take a week to travel
to Japan, it took only 3 days. smile.gif

Thank you very much for taking into consideration my suggestion to add a fan hole on
the backplate.
I will put the parts together next week and maybe post a few pictures then.
(Sorry for my poor English)
Looking forward to your photo's Minamoto smile.gif
post #1002 of 1271
Quote:
Originally Posted by Minamoto View Post

I have just received a package from Caselabs, with a Mercury S5 inside.
This is such a nice case. I am very happy and I am probably the first Japanese owner of this product.

Everything is in perfect condition and while it was supposed to take a week to travel
to Japan, it took only 3 days. smile.gif

Thank you very much for taking into consideration my suggestion to add a fan hole on
the backplate.
I will put the parts together next week and maybe post a few pictures then.
(Sorry for my poor English)
Looking forward to your photo's Minamoto smile.gif
post #1003 of 1271
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Originally Posted by iBored View Post

Hey Kev, I need your opinion.
The centre piece is a smoke acylic 5mm thick with the MB area recessed, and the card guides mounted on the acrylic itself
The brackets at the top corners mount onto the chassis frame itself.


Ahh your going vertical thinking.gif I think I need to see more so I have a better idea how this will fit in the case. It looks very cool though. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by ledzepp3 View Post

Anybody know where I can get a 3D model of this case so I can plan out my folding rig? biggrin.gif

-Zepp

There is no 3D model i know of, but you should check this out if you haven't already
post #1004 of 1271
I'll post more pictures when I get home after night class. Btw, I saw the tech station option for the sm5 already. Does it come with the sliding guides?
post #1005 of 1271
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Originally Posted by HG02 View Post

Looking forward to your photo's Minamoto smile.gif

I have assembled the case and I took a few pictures.



I am still debating for the parts I will put inside... And I am waiting to receive the PSU support mount I have
ordered last week also.

http://www.caselabs-store.com/psu-support-mount-merlin/
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post #1006 of 1271
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Originally Posted by iBored View Post

I'll post more pictures when I get home after night class. Btw, I saw the tech station option for the sm5 already. Does it come with the sliding guides?




Here's some perspective views.
The acrylic piece will have to be 1cm thick and the motherboard area recessed by about 3mm.
Not sure if I will be able to sand it down perfectly so I'm probably gonna find some local acrylic shop to do it. (unless caselabs could specially do it for me whistle.gif)
post #1007 of 1271
Hi everyone

just couple of shots of my current WIP with a S5 + pedestal










post #1008 of 1271
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Originally Posted by iBored View Post

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Here's some perspective views.
The acrylic piece will have to be 1cm thick and the motherboard area recessed by about 3mm.
Not sure if I will be able to sand it down perfectly so I'm probably gonna find some local acrylic shop to do it. (unless caselabs could specially do it for me whistle.gif)

WOW that would look awesome! We don't do acrylic work, sorry. Also custom work is on hold.
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Originally Posted by snef View Post

Hi everyone

just couple of shots of my current WIP with a S5 + pedestal
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)










snef, you do amazing work thumb.gif
post #1009 of 1271
HI Kevin
Wanted to ask is it possibly to buy a Mercury S3 mid chassis section with out the rectangular cut out in black ? smile.gif
post #1010 of 1271
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Originally Posted by snef View Post

Hi everyone

just couple of shots of my current WIP with a S5 + pedestal










very nice work Snef good stuff
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