Originally Posted by CattleRustler
speaking of Michael's, do you happen to know if they stock oil artist colors in tubes and such? or even Japan Colors? (sorry OT)
mod is looking sick. your skills are obscene
Ah yes... it is nice to hear the word "obscene" describing something other than my behavior in real life.... which happens all too often.
Heh... j/k... Imma pretty well-behaved actually.
...no... seriously. Well-behaved.
Originally Posted by [PWN]SniperWolf
Stellar work as always Syrillian - I'm excited for ya fish
The acrylic is going to (/does) look amazing .
Talk about a birthday present
Originally Posted by fastsite
wow that looks awesome!
...and another round of drinks for Fastsite...
Originally Posted by IEATFISH
Well, I AM paying for it...but I'm not complaining.
oh yes.... are you ever gonna pay!
...did you happen to see the small print about, "First-born"...
Just kiddin' And so I have some questions, and seek some commentary from you, my dear Fish:1)
Is there a specific use for the opening that is directly above the rear I/O block area?
So far I have marked out the area for the rear PCI frame, and need to know any limitations for the aforementioned opening.
Do you want the rear door, when opened, to expose both the optical and the HDD/SSD bay chambers entirely, or only a portion of the HDD/SSD bay?
If you wish the door to expose both entirely, then may I recommend a 1/4" lip to the right of the HDD/SSD chamber wall so that a decent bond can be applied to that vertical seam...3)
I have these dense rubber feet that square and about 12mm x 12mm. I intend to place about 9 of these on the underside of the motherboard tray so as "feet" for when the motherboard tray is disengaged from the Mothership... this will provide some anti-slip properties and keep the mounting hardware for the stand offs from making contact with whatever surface the motherboard tray is resting on. When the motherboard is docked with the Mothership these little feet/bumper thingies will not interfere with mounting rails or the vertical panels.
Is that okay?4)
PSU mounting: I intend to make a small platform for the PSU so that there is some space in the frame that is cut out for the PSU-mounting bracket.
Is that okay?
I will await your response before continuing.