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Mount it on top of the frame, rather than under, and have a small cut out in the shell to accomodate it? It looks kinda odd hanging underneath imo anyway
if I was gonna do that id have it mounted in the shell (two holes) and make a quick disconnect for it (original plan) we'll see.

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awesomeness as usual keep it up boyz
thanks omar
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if I was gonna do that id have it mounted in the shell (two holes) and make a quick disconnect for it (original plan) we'll see.
This sounds much more asthetically pleasing... don't hurt me
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Damn dude, kick ass.

Subbed. I'd like to see it too, bring it to the Manhattan PC Showcase in December -- I'll be there, I'm only about 20 minutes from Queens myself.
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I hate ocn
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I have marked all the panels with the necessary notations, but I do have 1 more question: Do you have specific center point measurements on the Y-axis for the 2 front-side 140mm fans? Additionally I am assuming that these 2 fan-holes are centered on the x-axis (?).


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-ok Syr. but pretty much the pics say it all: centered front bottom cut out for a standard optical drive, then right above that (leaving whatever gap is needed) a cut out for a 140mm intake, another 140 intake higher up, then a 140 exh on the top towards the rear cpu area. No back or bottom panels, no edges or cut outs need be finished with sanding or rouging, skip all that. Height needs to be 20" so the top fan can clear the tuning fork (18"). Only thing not pictured is a handle centered on the top of the case for ease of removal. Not sure what handle options are available in acrylic but Ill look today.
Also, if you don't mind I would like to sand a polish the profiled edges and fan cut-outs... is that okay?

Pics will be posted tomorrow for final approval on your part prior to taking any power tools to the panels.
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Hey CR I still say you should just use a single circuit board w/the correct number of pins for a female connection plug w/some extra pins for additional accessories for optional shtuff... Extra pins like what you would get on a floppy or a IDE drive for all your case cover connections and just have the top slip right over the slot so that all the connections on the cover connect to the base through a simple plug that is lined up via guide pins. Very user friendly and come time for user reviews it would prove to be very user friendly. I just can't get over having to physically unplug or fight a plug or two w/wires in order to remove the case lid/cover. I have a few samples I can send you (free of charge naturally) for R & D if you would like to toy w/the idea. I have some auto flip switches that you could use as a ground kill that would cut the power automatically before you get the top lifted to a paticular level. I know it's hard to understand what I say at times but if you follow what I'm saying then it could really enhance the user experiance/friendlyness and ease of connect/disconnect to the case cover.

Of course you may have plans alr3dy in the works that you deem top secret and do not wish to share at this time and that is perfectly understandable. Either way it's all good. Trust me when I say I'm rooting for the home team here and hoping that ya'll pull of a grand slam w/this one.

If I was working on the project I would have a switch that would kill the ground to all the connections at say 1/4 off possition. Let's say you have 1" of travel before the lid is completely removed and at 1/4" the power would be cut via flip switch before your Floppy connection looses contacts so that you don't have to manulally unplug the fans/power/reset switches and any other powerered things like LED's etc etc.

Awe it's late and I have already said to much garbage due to my liquid diet. catch you in the morning. Cheers with root beers.
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Hey CR I still say you should just use a single circuit board w/the correct number of pins for a female connection plug w/some extra pins for additional accessories for optional shtuff... Extra pins like what you would get on a floppy or a IDE drive for all your case cover connections and just have the top slip right over the slot so that all the connections on the cover connect to the base through a simple plug that is lined up via guide pins. Very user friendly and come time for user reviews it would prove to be very user friendly. I just can't get over having to physically unplug or fight a plug or two w/wires in order to remove the case lid/cover. I have a few samples I can send you (free of charge naturally) for R & D if you would like to toy w/the idea. I have some auto flip switches that you could use as a ground kill that would cut the power automatically before you get the top lifted to a paticular level. I know it's hard to understand what I say at times but if you follow what I'm saying then it could really enhance the user experiance/friendlyness and ease of connect/disconnect to the case cover.

Of course you may have plans alr3dy in the works that you deem top secret and do not wish to share at this time and that is perfectly understandable. Either way it's all good. Trust me when I say I'm rooting for the home team here and hoping that ya'll pull of a grand slam w/this one.

If I was working on the project I would have a switch that would kill the ground to all the connections at say 1/4 off possition. Let's say you have 1" of travel before the lid is completely removed and at 1/4" the power would be cut via flip switch before your Floppy connection looses contacts so that you don't have to manulally unplug the fans/power/reset switches and any other powerered things like LED's etc etc.

Awe it's late and I have already said to much garbage due to my liquid diet. catch you in the morning. Cheers with root beers.
Wait so it kills the power to the pc or just the case fans? Case fan power killing sounds like a plan. Also i really do agree about the case fan power thing. A cable would be really annoying.
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thanks Oliver and N2, Ill address that stuff when I am more awake

Syr, you can just center the fans (left/right)
the lower front one should clear the optical but be inline with the hdd area
the other one above it doesnt need to be centered per se, but should be in the general vacinity of shooting at the NB,mem,cpu area - Ill leave that one up to you, whatever you decide is fine

oh, and sand/polish at will, master. I wont argue
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