"Light Glass" in Scratch Build Posted March 9, 2016 Hi guys! Waow, there have been but a lot of pictures amassed but I wanted to spare you the confusion between the applied coats. So it remains for everyone understandable and comprehensible. How it already provides in the short teaser I had to work in well 3-4 weeks in the Arduino matter. but more on that later Details Their First time at the door! I have adhered two small racks to the aluminum profiles which carries the door and is connected to the shifter. The gear I had to adapt to the motor shaft because the shaft from the engine 28BYJ-48 is oval Then I have a small aluminum angle cut and the engine mounted thereon and this then fixed to the inside of the base Here's a little preview! Now the MB tray I could put the spacers and how should it be otherwise, when screwing the spacer breaks the bolt through and even 2 times the exact same location. The first time she went out without damage, the second time I unfortunately had a slightly deeper slit cut them out then turn with a screwdriver. with the PCI slots on the tray the whole group went further cut roughly only with the scroll saw then everything is still just filed and sanded and somehow I had boredom and got it then also polished;-) Now the rear wall, Here I have only times cut the IO Shield everything fits and now all PCI ports only as much as possible with the scroll saw then everything just grinded but that was a whole piece of work, especially without broken to make what and here everything fits Next we went to the bottom plate. It is then responsible for the lighting effect of the digital LEDs. Should only be a bonus LITTLE me but a whole week and 3 Calls has yet tasted. So do not be surprised if in between suddenly another Plexiglas is processed. First time I cut 3cm strips, initially straight, and later the same at 45 degrees which were then adapted to the bottom plate mitred and bonded together cut the cover plate Holes set everything sanded, trimmed and satin finish again separately the 3 parts here and so the result looks on the inside I also cut aluminum angles on miter and screwed in the soil the usual procedure, put holes, lowering, thread cutting Here it then the LEDs are glued on it goes with a small lesson in dealing with stainless steel. As feet 4 (evtl. Stainless Ronde be with a piece of steel rod used. Unfortunately, the steel was so scratched that I had to refresh it again. Left side to the original state my work right. the backs I have accordingly rounded and polished with 240 touches then cut the rod and set the holes. Here is still a thread cut around the feet equal from top to screw with together with the base plate Now I have made a small aperture for the front fan! See for yourself! Scroll saw, filing grinding and satin finishing One small thing but would still I think that's enough for now. Is there then the next time!