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inonny    2
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Hello everyone, I'm modder form Thailand. I'm excited and have fun to joined the competition with everyone :grin:.

This is my first Scratch.I want to try it out for the SCI-Fi concept. My inspiration Come from space shuttle.it was sent out to explore,When it landed on the surface of the stars

It will change shape. And send the signal back to the mother ship.

 

 

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inonny    2
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MY  inspiration

I found this from deviantart.com  it post by  user  RemoteCrab131

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First saw it I felt immediately. I want to make it into a computer with a mechanism Shape change in win h-tower asus rog certified.

Last Year,I had the opportunity to setup it with hardware and water cooling. It is the only machine in Thailand. And I was fortunate enough to be engaged in it.

 

 

i start everything on Solidwork. it's black-red of Rog concept and Sci-fi style

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I was in a hurry because of late post. Forgot to Credit from the part of the inspiration.

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inonny    2

i divided the proportions in case with acrylic walls.

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inonny    2

I built a light wall and set it on my base

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inonny    2

for Ring part at top and base.It's easy if you have CNC machine. but not for me  T T

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inonny    2
I made it with a sandpaper and putty 

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inonny    2

After that I trimmed it to embed the light and try to attach it to the base. I tested it with boxlight to be sure it will work well.

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