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  1. Housing the psu... just the husk for now, it must support all the weight
  2. While i think what to do with the cooler, some cuts for the case let me think about some ideas... checking the space for a sided-psu and new look for front.
  3. Tired of the old look of my cooler, i decide to give it a new shape. So, here is the new V6 GT D: Still missing some details... For a little inspiration later.
  4. mastercase 5

  5. Looking good!!
  6. Hi, i'm MooZ from Colombia. This project will use a Elite 130 mini itx case, with some ideas on the way.
  7. Best thing at all, made by hand. Awesome job!!!
  8. Hope all of these picts worth the casemod
  9. i like it!! are you planning to paint the metal sheet? Waiting for liquid fill too, that indicator looks nice
  10. Coming from you is a big honor, thanks bill! Here is where all the work ends... few months of sketching, modifications, reviews from friends and updates, help me to build this project to reality. Thinking in build some thing different for the common square shapes, the idea evolves thinking in a combination of an aircraft with human skeletal forms, using the hardware advantage for supports and combine them (hdd, cables, switches), as part of the general theme. First scratch for me, but not the last, haunted for explore new unconventional designs. The final picts, Red 'n Black theme with white lights, hope you like it! Cheers
  11. Some fancy work, between the project and the idea hehe More pics, here is possible to see the access gate to the hardware.
  12. Final pics are here. As i planned, project objectives was accomplish succesful and i enjoyed building it. To be a big platform is lightweight, robust and easy to carry. The better part i think is the cheap construction (less than $30) and the unconventional design. I feel happy since, the first version was builded with so many problems and unknowing things for my inexperience, giving a failed result. As a memory of my old times playing red alert 2, i really want to build this airship and now with the help of 3d software, i was able to make it. Cheers and good luck to all!
  13. Minor update. Some cool stuff from Asus & Thermaltake Colombia for the project. The impact VI looks really awesome and goes sweet inside. Vinyl logos for the PSU sides and fix the fans to the water. I made this vid, showing the features of the concept builded in this worklog.
  14. The fifth and last update include the hard disk bays and cool bombs at bottom. Thinking in a good place for the hdd, the option for two drives and an easy installation; the observation port has an adequate space and good location. SATA cables could go hidden, the place provides quick conections and fit in the theme. First, testing if there was enough room between the wood parts, later how many disk could be put and finally the position for installation. For bombs, i was undecided if build a 3d bomb (like the ones in the renders), but thinking, fits better using the same style of the airship... So was build in this way. And the flight test...
  15. Despite the render images at the first post, that was not the unique idea before building the project. The sketch went trough 5 stages, each one with modifications, in order to improve the overall design (Weight, stability, space, etc). The 4th update includes the last post (supports), and this one, which thinking in an airship shape, was necessary add movement engines just for look, i meant not for cooling. The point was search for an adequate size of the fans and support itself, not affect the moving parts (chasis access), or the ribs. The accurate size was 80mm, total of five of them, which located 2 in the front, 2 more in the back and one in top. After the sketches was done, the wood was lasercut and assembled. The color combination chosen before, the metallic yellow for the fans. While the top fan was fixed direct to the rib, the other four were fix using screws. At same time while i'm sketching, always have in mind if some time i'll need ship the mod to some event, so make it separable for easier shipping has my attention. The ribs and the circles has a press fit; the hardware, supports and now the engines, uses screws to fit too. Two sockets more for led switches at larboard