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Its cheaper then Caselabs with mods, so its my current number 1 choice right now.

Now I just need to plan how I want it and figure out where to get the custom parts.

Plus figure out which sandpaper to use for the edges or have they solved the "sharp edges" problem?

I never had the "sharp edge" problem with the S2.0 and the Veer. Maybe I was really lucky...
post #2702 of 5153
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I never had the "sharp edge" problem with the S2.0 and the Veer. Maybe I was really lucky...


I murdered my hands for about 2 weeks
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post #2703 of 5153
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Plus figure out which sandpaper to use for the edges or have they solved the "sharp edges" problem?

Mine was not sharp either, not enough to slice your hand anyway. tongue.gif
post #2704 of 5153
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

Its cheaper then Caselabs with mods, so its my current number 1 choice right now.

Now I just need to plan how I want it and figure out where to get the custom parts.

Plus figure out which sandpaper to use for the edges or have they solved the "sharp edges" problem?


I have an R1.0 sharp edges aren't to big of a problem in my case only cut myself once while carrying it
post #2705 of 5153
We've bumped into the sharp edge thing a number of times. When you are new to the case there is a chance you will make a small cut. That said you get used to handling the case. Your only going to cut yourself if you get some speed & force over one of the edges.
We've looked at using a tool to take the edge off during CNC but if you can imagine, if every edge was missing the joins etc would look very messy.
We will keep to the clean/sharp edge for optimal aesthetics!
post #2706 of 5153
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We've looked at using a tool to take the edge off during CNC but if you can imagine, if every edge was missing the joins etc would look very messy.
We will keep to the clean/sharp edge for optimal aesthetics!
You really dont need every edge to be smooth.
Just the outer once where you will handle it when you move it around.
Plus the feets, to prevent scratching the surface its on.
post #2707 of 5153
Once you do one edge it starts to look bad IMO. But we can do some tests.

The feet thing is a bit much. If you are just pushing a 40KG ATX build around on an expensive table you don't want to scratch that seems mental if its an acrylic case or a Steel case.

We will run some more tests but once you've handled the case once or twice you easily learn not to get any cuts or scratch anything. I had Magnus on my antique desk at home and had no problems, not a single mark.
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Once you do one edge it starts to look bad IMO. But we can do some tests.

The feet thing is a bit much. If you are just pushing a 40KG ATX build around on an expensive table you don't want to scratch that seems mental if its an acrylic case or a Steel case.

We will run some more tests but once you've handled the case once or twice you easily learn not to get any cuts or scratch anything. I had Magnus on my antique desk at home and had no problems, not a single mark.
When it comes to the feet, so does it depend on the design of the case. Some can be lifted straight up, others needs to be tilted at one end to get grip on the other.
Over all weight also matter, since its harder to resist slide the case in place when its on the real heavy side.

As for sharp edges, I dont mind them being there for the looks, but if you need something on your arms every time you move it, then its not worth it.
I have had a case like that before, where only way to carry it, was to have something between you and the case or you would need bandage afterwards.
post #2709 of 5153
It's like paper, some people manage to continuously run the edge across their hands until they cut themselves. Meanwhile everyone else reads books, looks at photographs and makes origami without injury.

You won't cut yourself or scratch your desk every-time you move it unless you take no care in doing it and even then it would be unlucky.

JR
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

You really dont need every edge to be smooth.
Just the outer once where you will handle it when you move it around.
Plus the feets, to prevent scratching the surface its on.

It really isnt that sharp, there is nothing to worry about, and as for the feet scratching, unless your pushing and dragging it around heavy handed , which you wouldn't do anyway, plus what i did with mine was buy some of them little clear 5mm wide rubber stops for kitchen draws and cabinets, and i put them on the square feet, so that sorted that. thumb.gif
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