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post #10291 of 22194
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Originally Posted by Kevin_CL View Post

Well I know there has been a number of suggestions here, but shoot us an email and we can offer you some touch up paint (I think this slipped Case Labs's mind tongue.gif ) There is a trick to doing it right though, and no matter what, when fixing a large area it will never be perfect. For small chips it works insanely well. If done right it can't even be seen unless a bright light is shinned on it.
Happy New Year!

Thanks so much Kevin! I'll shoot you guys an email then! CS@caselabs.net?
post #10292 of 22194
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

For all of our members down under, Scorptec is now our official Distributor in Australia!

http://computers.scorptec.com.au/search#w=caselabs

I discovered this myself recently when I dropped into their store.... I'm now the proud owner of a Mercury S5:



Had a few screw holes that weren't quite perfect, but all the others went in like butter and the whole thing went together very nicely. Now I just need to get some better hardware to put inside it biggrin.gif
post #10293 of 22194
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Originally Posted by Benjiw View Post

It's powder coated so you won't get the same effect through spray can means, you would probably have to just spray it with a very close matching spray paint.

I noticed some posts about the sharpie having a bluish tint. If you don't want to spray paint at all you should consider nail polish a try. You should be able to get it covered with minimal contrast if you dab a mixture of color or a similar matte black type nail polish. Either way, I hope you get it taken care of! Similar happened to be but on the inside on a panel you can't see so I let it go
post #10294 of 22194
I see the processing time for a black case went from 10-15 days to 20-25 days. They must have got a lot of orders. Hope that doesn't effect those of us that ordered when they had the shorter time frame. Pretty excited to get my case!
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I still haven't come up with a name for my TH10A build yet, so I'm just referring to it as the Albino Penguin until I come up with a better one.

On a more positive note, I did get all my custom PCBs done and tested.

Here they are with the auxiliary PSUs layed out about as they'll go in the PSU side of the case.

Once I get a build log going, I'll detail what everything does.




One little step at a time . . .


Ohhhhhh,

Did I forget to mention . . .


Power doors are working exactly as planned . . .





Darlene

Power Doors? OMG, that's so cool.
 
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post #10297 of 22194
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Looks super clean, and yet so filthy! (filthy being used as a positive here).

You have a build log for her?
post #10298 of 22194
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Looks super clean, and yet so filthy! (filthy being used as a positive here).

You have a build log for her?

Thx smile.gif

And no, sry , no Build Log... But i think i will order another Case and then i will make a Buildlog.
post #10299 of 22194
@XNine Any chance of getting a white ventillated door for a TH10A with the vents over the PSU positions as usual, but with an added window to the front of them?

Would be cool to have a window for all the custom PCBs to show thru, and it looks like a regular size window might fit there.

Darlene
Edited by IT Diva - 1/1/15 at 11:44am
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mean green!

but where's the rad?
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