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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-19-2017, 09:13 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello guys. I want to share with you my new project. It's a Scratch build with the steampunk themed inspired by Tomas Edison. I hope you enjoy it and I would like everyone's opinion.




The pieces that already arrive...



A 37-way connector, used in aviation and which I will incorporate into the project. I do not know because I really like the look of this...



And the computer will stay inside those acrylic domes, making an allusion to the lamp...



Positioning the motherboard inside the dome



Making the marking of the drilling of the mobo



Demarcating the space that the mobo will occupy in the acrylic base



Positioning the GSkill SSD to mark the space to be occupied.



And positioning the VGA, which will be on the other side of the base



Here is a video of the presentation of the project (sorry the language of the video, but I did in my native language)

Continuing, I picked up some gears in the junkyard and some cylindrical pieces of nylon to make some gears.



I do not like the motherboard connectors because they are always jagged, so I'm taking measurements to make a cover





Improvising an acrylic bender with iron bars, clamp and thermal blower.






Trimming the excess




In the lower corner, the cover hits the capacitors. So I had to make a snap.





I thought about reusing old SMD LEDs to create illumination for the motherboard connectors



It's work



Welding with an old soldering iron. The new ones last nothing.





For now, that's it. Here's a video of those steps. (in my native language too)
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Continuing ...

I soldered 3 LEDs in series to put on the cover



Testing to see if it's working



Making a gutter to accommodate the LEDs and gluing




Painting the LEDs in yellow with “stained glass” and testing



Masking the motherboard to put the gold leaf






Passing varnish to protect


Cutting a gear removed from a printer



Painting in gold.


Applying black vinyl and trimming the LED's




Glueing the gears




Placing the Cover and Testing




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