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post #11 of 38
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So on it goes to the front.

First I printed the front glued to a sheet and then oriented.




From the rotary switch I need only one switch plane, as I have cut off the other, thus shortening the switch.




Then I could install switch and lamp.




Next is a plug (the rest comes hopefully) and the antenna.






The panel I have also made aluminum.

In addition I have a folded sheet cut and welded.









This is the position where the display sitting Later under the panel




Finally, I then bolted the panel on the front panel.


post #12 of 38
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double post
Edited by Ironknocker - 5/15/16 at 11:56am
post #13 of 38
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Today i went to the reservoir

The will be the supporting part in the case.

The container is made of 25mm aluminum tube.

The tube I cut with the band saw.

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In the second step I have stretched the tubes on a board and welded.

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Then grind everything

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On one side I have a lid welded to determine the load capacity.

115ml fit inside.

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Next came the strikes 1. Connection and the second cap.

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Everything tight.
Edited by Ironknocker - 5/15/16 at 11:54am
post #14 of 38
nice aluminum welds.
post #15 of 38
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It continued with the expansion tank

First I cut pipes for the other two sides.



he tubes I then halved.



Then all welding and grinding.







Now I was able to put under the case.





Today is still material come.
First the paint.
2K Nato Oliv dull matt. Woe is not dull matt





Then RPS cups are yet come for my Sata gun.



And finally, Conrad has actually hammer out after 3 incorrect deliveries to send me the correct plug.



Then I quickly folded the box for the battery dummy or housing for the pump and Radi.
In addition I have first to cut a sheet.



and Bend



The corners, I have to make fast times with tape fixation to a fitting.



Proportions fit well. The corners are then welded at the weekend.
post #16 of 38
This is awesome! Too bad you couldn't find one of the exact cases for-sale on the web somewhere! Subbed!

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post #17 of 38
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Thanks

Update

Today a packet has arrived again.

Tanks to Enermax for the support at this project.

Here's the overview.



A BT speaker is designed for Case Fits. The speaker is then controlled via the computer internal BT transmitter.






Fans



Headset Mount




and an external HDD case





Further, it was of course also in the workshop.

Today I have the corners of the box welded



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After that was done could the welds are ground.




Then the amount had to be adjusted so that the body-surface rests on the expansion tank.







Again do everything together.








Next, I started expanding the expansion tank to transferor part.
First, customize a few angles from a scrap piece tube.




This I then welded to the tank ..




Now I was able to adjust the Case and the screwing.





The radio will later slightly inclined on the table and have eyes, so I can hang it in the workshop at the ****.

First I again halved a piece of the pipe. Am I a happiness that the pipe has the same wall thickness as the thickness of the MB tray.




Then drill a few holes.




Next, I cut the cutouts with the scroll saw.



Now everything could be worked with a file.
For wall mounting I just turn a pair of rakes in the wall and hanging the in the slots



Before welding a taste .




then the end I was able to unpack the welder and weld everything.


post #18 of 38
This has to be the most original case I've ever seen.. just wow!
post #19 of 38
great craftsmanship
post #20 of 38
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Thx Guys


In the reservoir, I have welded a strut.

clean This wears out the battery box and walk through the narrow remaining opening later the cables from the IO panel.




Then everything again screwed together and check.







In the next step I then installed plug into the front.




It continued with the cooler tag.
For that I first cut a piece of copper.



The holes I transferred with masking tape from the old radiator.



still cutting threads and screw it to the motherboard.




That was it again for the moment.
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