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post #721 of 1025
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Originally Posted by paskowitz View Post

I would guess they order in bulk from Phanteks, cut at their site, then ship out to customers.

Hope Phanteks sells them as I'm in the UK!
post #722 of 1025
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Originally Posted by BigRed1987 View Post

Hi Folks

Thanks to all the info in this thread i decided on the Enthoo Evolv ATX case and what to do with it.

I figured id add a few photos to show what I've done and hopefully it can help others also.

At work we have a water jet cutter (not something available to everyone but what i used).

Materials

Aluminium perforated sheet (Ebay)

Black spray paint (Plastikote)

Metal Epoxy Glue.

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The drawing office kindly set this up for me to use with the water cutter. (Sizes may help others do the same)



The water jet cut out the holes



Sanded the edges lightly



Sprayed my perforated sheet black



Trial fitted it all using double sided sticky tape

Glued the perforated sheet in place.



Masked it all off and sprayed the perforated sheet and cut edges to blend it all in.





Also for others wanting to know Phanteks were very helpful and reasonable in providing a spare top cover. (I live in Scotland and wanted a spare in case this all went horribly wrong.)

"The top panel for the Enthoo Evolv ATX AG would cost €30,- including shipping. If you agree, we will prepare the payment details to process your request.

Best,
Phanteks Team"


SIDE NOTE: For masking off the top radiator section and holes (suggested earlier in the thread) I found Aluminium tape very easy to use. Minimal mess and hassle.

Bro this is so sick!! I hope this can be ordered fast at phankets or modmymods.

I WANT THIS SO BAD!
post #723 of 1025
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Originally Posted by BigRed1987 View Post

Hi Folks

Thanks to all the info in this thread i decided on the Enthoo Evolv ATX case and what to do with it.

I figured id add a few photos to show what I've done and hopefully it can help others also.

At work we have a water jet cutter (not something available to everyone but what i used).

Materials

Aluminium perforated sheet (Ebay)

Black spray paint (Plastikote)

Metal Epoxy Glue.

.............................................................
The drawing office kindly set this up for me to use with the water cutter. (Sizes may help others do the same)

.

Looks very nice. I am thinking about replacing the filter on mine to perforated aluminum as well. I choose the filter orginally since i felt it was something I could easily remove and clean since it's magnetic but the sheet I guess I could use strong double sided adhesive for.
post #724 of 1025
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Yeah, what does this mean? Does it mean that there's going to be a single final design and we can order from Phanteks or from modmymods?

From what I understand you will order from Joe or modmymods. They are acquiring tops from Phanteks.

He told me he is hoping to have everyrhibg worked out next week. Main thing is figuring out a good top cut design.
post #725 of 1025
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Originally Posted by tbuttery View Post

From what I understand you will order from Joe or modmymods. They are acquiring tops from Phanteks.

He told me he is hoping to have everyrhibg worked out next week. Main thing is figuring out a good top cut design.

Great then! Is this something that you're talking about through email?
post #726 of 1025
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Great then! Is this something that you're talking about through email?

Yes.

He is making a list so I would inquire about it and get on the list!
post #727 of 1025
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post #728 of 1025
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Originally Posted by aberrero View Post

Here is the design:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BS7cBCJAyyp/

Would it include the dust filter already?
post #729 of 1025
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Would it include the dust filter already?

I need to know this aswell, is there dust filter?

Can you also put my on the list? I want to purchase wink.gif
post #730 of 1025
I think we'll find out monday. I suspect he intends to take both custom orders and have these pre-made designs. Personally I would like one *without* a strong dust filter because its an exhaust for me and I want whatever dust that goes through it to just pass out of the case. Its a computer not a HEPA filter tongue.gif
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