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I'm designing a custom case that has a design somewhat similar to this one. One of my issues right now is figuring out how to attach the outer loop piece to the rest of the case. I see the screws in the back and that makes sense, but how is that piece attached to the frame on top and the front without screws being visible?
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Really good job there thumb.gif
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I'm designing a custom case that has a design somewhat similar to this one. One of my issues right now is figuring out how to attach the outer loop piece to the rest of the case. I see the screws in the back and that makes sense, but how is that piece attached to the frame on top and the front without screws being visible?
The main shell piece has standoffs that screw into a frame on the inside.


So the top 2 have the screws and vibration washers. The bottom 2 are the standoffs which go through the structural frame.


Good luck! Let me know if you want more pictures of the inside of the case. Its night for me right now so pictures are a little hard to take.
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Really good job there thumb.gif
Thanks! Hope the 3d print comes out just as good.
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post #34 of 99
I love that case!! Such a simple design. The build quality looks really nice too. You're doing a great job with it!! thumb.gif
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ooooh, it's like a baby TJ07.

I must have!
 
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The main shell piece has standoffs that screw into a frame on the inside.

So the top 2 have the screws and vibration washers. The bottom 2 are the standoffs which go through the structural frame.

Ah, thanks that makes sense. We'll see what I come up with but that definitely helps.

Nice job on the mod too, the Jonsbo cases are really nice looking.
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So life does what it does and gets in the way of progress. But I finally got to sit down and design the little bits and pieces of the parts I need printed! cheers.gif

I wanted to keep everything looking as stock as possible on the outside.
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But when the panel comes off, everything on the inside has been customized.
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From the mobo tray side.
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These are what are being printed. PSU shroud and mount. Hard drive mount and panel. Radiator side cover.
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All together now. I had to figure out all the small little nooks and crannies that would cause an interference with what I was modeling.
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Here is the inside of the PSU shroud. Its going to be hung from the underside of the top of the case where the top mounted fan is located using the fan mounting screws. The shroud will need to cantilever from those mounts with the PSU (kind of). In theory the top case fan will only pull air from the PSU to help keep things cool.
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And the side panel that replaces the stock panel. This will hold the 2x 3.5" HDDs with brackets that would be a tool-less release from the cage. The side panel also has a ledge that the PSU shroud will be laying on to help support the shroud (so its only kind of cantilevering).
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All together, there will be 7 pieces I need printed. Looking at shapeways right now to print them out for me. But I need to look around to make sure they would be the best fit.
Edited by akpoly - 6/15/14 at 10:17pm
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Looks like it should turn out fantastic! I can't wait to see it cone together.
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That PSU shroud is a great idea! thumb.gif
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That PSU shroud is a great idea! thumb.gif
I think it only made sense! Didn't want to pump hot air into the case and the major heat producing parts are WC'd.
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Looks like it should turn out fantastic! I can't wait to see it cone together.
Will have to come back 2nd week of July then. That's when I'm suppose to get the printed parts. thumb.gif

I had also made some small tweaks before I sent for prints.

This is how the HD brackets work. They slide in and lock.
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I also had to do some creative carving of the parts to reduce my costs. I ended up tweaking the HD bracket and mount. I added another hole so I can place the HDD connector up or down. I was previously thinking having the data and power connector at the bottom but I added another hole just in case I wanted to place all the wiring at the top instead.
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Edited by akpoly - 6/22/14 at 2:41am
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