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[Scratch Build] Becak PC (COMPLETED)

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Hello..

From Indonesia with Becak :mrgreen:

This scratch will make with full acrylic, a little Fiber & PVC, Aluminum & leather.

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Mod start, and I change the design a little bit..since I'm gonna use Mini ITX motherboard.

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BUILD PROGRESS

I use a different size of acrylics from 10mm to 2mm.

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Motherboard Tray

Start with 5mm Acrylic for motherboard tray.

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I only use manual tool to make straight line cut, do it with Acrylic Cutter.

You guys will see a lot manual tools in this work log :), since I don’t have and can’t afford Laser cut.

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finding the right measurement

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Mark…

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Drill…

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Done!! And fit properly

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Still on progress.. will update again later

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Re Configures Lay out & design for Motherboard expecially GPU Tray. GPU in the middle now.

Mobo Tray

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Back Panel

My plan is to combine between GPU Tray & motherboard tray..both of them will be easily to slide and pull.

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Make a little hole, this where the GPU tray will be mount

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Nice and Clean

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0,07mm cut with scrool saw, it’s not even 1mm..lucky I’m not break it.

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GPU Tray

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Fitting Test

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PSU Tray

PSU that I’m going to use

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Tray and cover from 5mm acrylics

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Void the warranty by painting the fan :(

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looking for precision in measurement :roll:

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will sanding and filling soon

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Tires

Wheel base from pressed aluminum

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Tires rather bit large

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I did a little mod on front tire, and leave the way it is for rear tire

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Just the way I want it

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Front Fender

I use this for fiberglass Mold 

It's call “tudung saji†Usually used to cover food from insects. .. 

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Covered the mold with slippery isolation, for easily peel when is dried up

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And the fun begin..

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Last layer, .

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Peel the mold

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Cut the rough edge,kind a sharp in hand


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Fitting test fender on wheel, more finishing and filling before painting.


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Front Fender mod continues

 

Filling Some putty.


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Sanding, too bad I broke this tools..overheating I guess

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After first layer paint, sanding it again..

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Then paint it again...

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Sanding it again..

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Do the sand & paint progress for 3 times.. until the result really satisfied me..



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Working on rear wheel now..

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Rear Wheel 

 

Wheel base mount I use 15mm acrylic . 

Hard and thick, Only Jigsaw can do the cut.…

After cutting thenTap it 4mm.

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Smoothing rough jigsaw cut

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This Bolt will serves as connector between the rear and front body, using a steel bolt size 14 for it.

Cut a little bit cause Its too long

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I use this cutting blade to cut the steel


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The application 


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The same cut for rear bolt

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Its fit.. I will add some bolt cover later..

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It's rainy season at my country, kind of hard to find a time for painting in this weather.

The paint won’t dry so quickly, only able to paint a half side of front fender.

First layer.. 

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done

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I will use this for rear fender 

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Need a little mod and painting for sure

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Becak has unique steer, if it going to turn it’s not the front wheel who turn to left or right.. the rear wheels that will turn. 

I adopt that unique steer mechanism…and here is my build so far.


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The Seat

I noticed this from repairmen who change motor cycle cover seats.

Watch him carefully while doing his job with only use simple tools.

Then try to do step by step just like his doing..for my becak seat.


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interesting and fun too


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