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post #51 of 58
IF you decide to powder coat the frame, you need to fix that indent from the screw. If its the one I think it is. Just below the R in Bluestar ?? Correct?

If that is the spot, you should be able to fix that either with a c-clamp and try to compress it back in then sand it out smooth. Otherwise if you try to sand it out without doing the c-clamp thing you may end up sanding a hole into it. then your option would probly be having to try and have it filled so you can sand it out again. Powder coat will not stick to non metal would it? I.E. some sort of bondo filler.

Hope that helps and/or gives you some ideas. BTW looks great man and congrats on the little one. thumb.gif
post #52 of 58
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Originally Posted by DaaQ View Post

IF you decide to powder coat the frame, you need to fix that indent from the screw. If its the one I think it is. Just below the R in Bluestar ?? Correct?

If that is the spot, you should be able to fix that either with a c-clamp and try to compress it back in then sand it out smooth. Otherwise if you try to sand it out without doing the c-clamp thing you may end up sanding a hole into it. then your option would probly be having to try and have it filled so you can sand it out again. Powder coat will not stick to non metal would it? I.E. some sort of bondo filler.

Hope that helps and/or gives you some ideas. BTW looks great man and congrats on the little one. thumb.gif

Thanks for the info never thought about just hitting it with a c-clamp. I think ill give that a try and see how it does.
post #53 of 58
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Also if you look at the picture of the front of the case. I tried to remove the silverstone logo with goo gone and it worked a little.. now theres a white spot that can be seen at the right angle. Any ideas on how to get rid of it?
post #54 of 58
Better pic if you can. Is it powder coat or anodized alum?
post #55 of 58
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Originally Posted by Kenjiwing View Post

Also if you look at the picture of the front of the case. I tried to remove the silverstone logo with goo gone and it worked a little.. now theres a white spot that can be seen at the right angle. Any ideas on how to get rid of it?
I used pure Acetone, from Wal-Mart. I found paper coffee filters to work well for scrubbing the logo and symbols off, dampened with the acetone. It doesn't hurt the black anodized finish of the unibody, but it's a good idea to clean off the Acetone residue with a damp cloth afterwards.
    
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post #56 of 58
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Lots of updates coming tomorrow morning. Drain line is complete along with a wiring project I did. I am going to add a rocker switch to control all of my lighting. Currently my lighting is a mix between molex and fan cable so I bought a molex to fan cable and made a molex y cable so that I can control all of them to the rocker switch that will be on the backside backplate smile.gif
post #57 of 58
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Just some pic updates tonight. Wife got sick so ive been taking care of the new baby 24/7. Did have some time to assemble the case to try to get my exact wire lengths down and management down.

More coming soon smile.gif























Noticed my camera does a awful job of grabbing the light from the SSD mount. Im really going to have to learn how to use this thing eventually.. its a nikon d7000
post #58 of 58
Hi , can we have the dimension of the SSD Mount ( only the acrylic) , am willling to build one myself

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