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Just ordered a new T-Shirt! biggrin.gif

proof.gif Where's the proof! proof.gif

Just kidding! I have one of each myself... thumb.gif
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Are Case Labs cases forged from the one? Could be, cause I want more! biggrin.gif
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post #11103 of 22310
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Are Case Labs cases forged from the one? Could be, cause I want more! biggrin.gif

I know right? lachen.gif My case hasn't even shipped and I want to order more cases and do more builds wheee.giffrown.gif
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Actually, I think the materials used come from here:
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Hi all
I'm just about to finally purchase my first case labs case the TH10A and would like to know people's thought on the window sizes.
Would people recommend going with the xxl window or the xl window.
I will most likely be using a bay res and my aquero fan controller will also be on the side with the window but all the hard drives will be on the other side.
Thanks looking forward to reading what others have chosen and why.
Cheers
post #11106 of 22310
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Hi all
I'm just about to finally purchase my first case labs case the TH10A and would like to know people's thought on the window sizes.
Would people recommend going with the xxl window or the xl window.
I will most likely be using a bay res and my aquero fan controller will also be on the side with the window but all the hard drives will be on the other side.
Thanks looking forward to reading what others have chosen and why.
Cheers

If you can, order both as if you decide to do a different build/change something you wont have to fork out for more shipping, as they are not that expencive, but paying for shipping twice can be wink.gif

If i had to choose though, i would choose the XL, as it is big enough that it shows you everything, however its not too big that if you have a rad in the roof/floor is hides it a little, (from looking dead straight at the window)
post #11107 of 22310
Wondering if anyone could give me some help in regards to stripping/spraying my powdercoated S3,

I have my Case Labs S3 in white, but has a few little scratches here and there, I'd like to change the colour of the case for a new project, i was wondering how would be best to go about doing this,
(when i say "spray the case" i do not intend on doing any of the work myself, i shall be out sourcing all work as i do not have the tools/skills to do it myself and obtain the high standard that i require"


1, Acid dip/Sand blast/Shot blast the case back to bare metal, prime and then get the case sprayed?
^^ this would be the most costly and also my least favoured as ive read that it may not fit together perfectly due to the thickness of the original powdercoated.

2, Rough up the top layer of the Powdercoated and then spray over the top?


Thanks,
C73
post #11108 of 22310
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Wondering if anyone could give me some help in regards to stripping/spraying my powdercoated S3,

I have my Case Labs S3 in white, but has a few little scratches here and there, I'd like to change the colour of the case for a new project, i was wondering how would be best to go about doing this,
(when i say "spray the case" i do not intend on doing any of the work myself, i shall be out sourcing all work as i do not have the tools/skills to do it myself and obtain the high standard that i require"


1, Acid dip/Sand blast/Shot blast the case back to bare metal, prime and then get the case sprayed?
^^ this would be the most costly and also my least favoured as ive read that it may not fit together perfectly due to the thickness of the original powdercoated.

2, Rough up the top layer of the Powdercoated and then spray over the top?


Thanks,
C73

#2 would probably look like SHEET

Auto body shop - sand blast - prime - paint....

"Never time to do things right, but always time to do it over!"

In the end the choice is yours to make. Maybe somebody else can come up with something better... I'm not the expert....
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post #11109 of 22310
I wouldnt bother stripping it,key,prime and paint. Try it on a unused bay mount or something first,the same paint process is used on all components. So if its good for one...its good for all.
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M8 OWNERS WITH CUSTOM SLEEVED PSU CABLE, this question is for you.

How long did you make the cables when you sleeved them to make sure there wasnt any unnecessary cables bundled up in the back side of the case. I'm looking to make my cable management as tight as possible with rigid tubing on that side as well with a window..

If you have and questions about my question please let me know
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