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rock on Repo
*watching*
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Name idea: REPOSSESSION 2040
the machines re-take earth and enslave humanity again in a major invasion...
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Loved Phoenix, cant wait for this one now, whatever you call it!
    
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project EMANON

(noname backwards)
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Originally Posted by EuroFix View Post
Thats a one fugly case - show no mercy!
I thought it looked pretty cool Lol, the front bezel 'slots' are my favorite feature. Thus why I'm keeping them. Those ribs over/under the cd bays HAVE to go though!

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Originally Posted by Warfarin88 View Post
Awesome case. What a great foundation.

I've just spent an hour boppin around the web over coffee trying to come up with name. I didn't find much.

Bladerunner is good. It tailors to your bulleted list very well, and has all sorts of options for paint and light work that would be perfect. If you want a more unique name, maybe name it after one of the characters in the movie?

The only other thing I thought of which is probably too contemporary at the moment, was Mark 1. Yup, the big screen version of the first suit of Iron Man armor. It's been done though.

Regardless, Repo, I'm very much looking forward to seeing where this one goes!
Wow, that Iron Man case was pretty awesome though! Lol, no theme for this one though, just a bada$$ case mod! Thanks for the linkage and help as always Warf, I look forward to your input on this!

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Name idea: REPOSSESSION 2040
the machines re-take earth and enslave humanity again in a major invasion...
Hrm, now that has potential, it's got my mind going. Hopefully I'll pick something soon, it just doesn't seem right to have a project without a name,lol.

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Loved Phoenix, cant wait for this one now, whatever you call it!
Thanks for being onboard man!

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rock on Repo
*watching*
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I'm subscribed again...will try to give you the same input I gave in phoenix

Heres a few names (the 2000 can be dropped but i took influence from the gateway 2000 logo)-
Sigma 2000
Galveston 2000
Ingresso (Italian translation of gateway)

Still thinking of a few more. Looking forward to see how this comes out
Edited by coffeejunky - 5/26/08 at 10:01am
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Looking good so far. Are you going to keep the old styling? There is something about those old cases that stand out.
Heres my suggestion for a name:
[Project] Skyhigh

lol.
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Rivets

I've seen a few posts on what they are, how you remove them, replace them. etc around the past week or so so heres a quick little post on rivets guys.


First, a rivet before it is used and how it works.

These are the rivets you'll find in PC cases. Pop-rivets. *In this picture* The top part above the 'head' is the actual rivet. The long piece behind that is what the rivet gun clamps onto. It pulls this rod down (or up, however you look at it) to the 'head' The end of the rod is larger than the sleeve of the rivet, thus making it buldge or split as the rod is pulled. This swells the rivet larger than the hole and holds the pieces you are riveting together. I found a good .gif of this.



Here you can see a rivet gun and the rivet. It pulls the rod into the 'sleeve' of the rivet and pulls the pieces tight. Once the rivet is tight the end of the rob breaks off and you are left with what you see on your case.


Just a quick cut-away of the used rivet.



So thats what is left. Just the top of the rivet and the bulged out bottom.


Removing the rivets
To take a rivet off you simply find a drill bit a little larger than the hole in the head. All you are actually doing is drilling the head of the rivet off, thus in turn the back falls of and the pieces you are de-riveting is free.



Here you can see me drilling the head out. Also on the bit is a previously drilled rivet head. Don't worry, they always stick on the drill-bit like that,lol. Just take a pair are pliers, grip the leftover heads, and reverse the drill. Nice clean bit again!



Now we've drilled through the head and the bit actually (generally will) push the back half of the rivet off.



One clean hole ready for a new rivet!



And here is a rivet gun and rivet. Just put the new rivet in the hole, slide the gun over the top (the rod that sticks out) and clamp the handle down. You'll probably have to clamp it twice, just let the handle go, slide the gun down again, and regrip the handle. The gun has a pair of 'teeth' in the top and grips the rod and pulls it, thats how it works.


Hope that will help some of you other modder's that want/need to take the case apart but weren't sure how to! LMK if you would like this posted as a guide in the General Mod section.
Edited by repo_man - 5/26/08 at 12:42pm
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Very informative post Repo! It should help alot of peeps out!
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Very informative post Repo! It should help alot of peeps out!
Glad you liked it PJ, nice to see you around in here!
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