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  1. Project 303

    After not doing a lot of modding for a while, I wanted to try it again. After seeing the In Win 303 on Gamescom I was sold, that was going to be my next project. It is one of the nicest 'payable' cases I have seen so far. And one email conversation later, a 303 arrived at my doorstep My idea for this case is to make a magnificent showcase in a black and white colour scheme. This is going to look awesome in combination with the LED magic which will be included. I don't work with sketches, but the plans are stored... in my head. First up, whoever came up with the idea of the blue LED front plate. After a lot of sanding, it already looked a lot better. In Win also shipped me a second glass side panel, so I can fit that on the other side of the case. This won't fit standard, but that will be solved soon. After that, you will be able to see everything that is going on inside the case, that leaves me with the task to cover everything up. At first, I tried to adjust the original side panel, but that didn't come out as slick as I wanted it to be. Most of the LED's have been cut to length, cabled and sleeved. I just can't put them in already because I'm still working on the controller that is gonna make it really pop out. At this point, I teamed up with DBRichard to also make these LEDs and my controller in his Spectrum lineup. LED's meet the DBR HAF 480: For more of that, follow his Instagram. I already had an In Win Pro-1 headphone stand, just because it looks awesome. But in the spirit of this project, it needed some more... color. So now it is also Spectrum edition Next up will be some acryl work, sleeving and metal working! See you next time!