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      AM4 Socket Support   04/24/2017

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This piece I use acrylic laser cutting. And bending it with heat.

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Other parts below I also use the same heat bending. And keep it clean with sandpaper and putty

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put Linear Motor and other. At base for m/b setting.After that,I Mod Cooler master Liquid pro 120 for feeling Sci-fi concept

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After that I put everything together.

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After test it already and everything ok. I was back in the armor part .I raised it up with my linear motor.And  management all cable.It's one of the projects I like so much.It's make me easy to maintain.

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The next step in the armor around.I take a few days. How to make it move?.Finally, I tried the servo motor.It is a piece of radio control aircraft.

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I spent several days on a trial and error with my friends.Finally, I did it. I wrote the C++ with arduino mainboard. I connected it according to my easy diagram.and write C++ with  arduino M/B for Rotate 90 degrees

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When it moved, it was attached to the case.

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