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post #11 of 97
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Originally Posted by cook;12130553 
You should coat it with a fiberglass once your done so it will hold up because it looks great.
as a template would be good, great idea
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Originally Posted by blackbalt89;12130596 
You should hook up a tube from an air conditioner and connect it to the front. biggrin.gif
hahaha everyone thinks that the cardboard is hot and it is not, the important thing is a good ventilation as in any computer case.biggrin.gif
post #12 of 97
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Originally Posted by ArgOs View Post
yes, all be of cardboard.
You mean it? I do not think it will fire, is not so much the heat, everything will be painted to prevent humidity. I already make another case previously and I hadn't problems.
I only suggested it as I don't know the components of the build...and accidents happen...a cap can just "go". Also, if you're water cooling a leak can develope, and in a paper case that could be a structural issue.

I'm also pretty sure you thought about this
post #13 of 97
Amazing case from cardboard =] excellent job.
post #14 of 97
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thank you
will not have W.C., It's over with cardboard covering all case.





Reinforcement was placed so as not to bend the cardboard to be cut
section where be mount the motherboard.



Now begins the process of covering everything with two layers of paper, before being painted, it will INDESTRUCTIBLE! Hahaha ... (evil laugh)
post #15 of 97
Hey My Friend Argos... it's a pleasure to read you over here too brother

it's awesome

waiting for moar
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post #16 of 97
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Thanks friend, I find more the English but I want to show my work.
post #17 of 97
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Thanks friend, I find more the English but I want to show my work.
Your work is speaking volumes for itself...no need to worry about your English.
post #18 of 97
You cant be serious? I have to say this is amazing!
I wish I was this creative... never in a million years i would've thought of something like this..

Well done mate! looking forward to seeing more of this..
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post #19 of 97
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thank you mike44njdevils , MorbEIn do not worry, soon there will be more.
post #20 of 97
Do you plan on using bondo/putty or something to smooth it out?
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