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The front of the case

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After sandblasting :

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Disassembling the 230 mm fan before painting

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Cables combs

They are machined with 1mm end mill in 4mm polycarbonate.20191004_174921.thumb.jpg.d1c8dfcf4db01c899cdfa2a3340cc0b3.jpg

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The fan grills

Probably the most difficult parts of my build. Several dozen hours was required for design these grills and making compatibility with machining and material. The toolpath programming was very hard due to the complexity of the design and the small space between the surfaces. I need also to shorten as much as possible the machining time for 360 and 480 mm grill. Finally after lot of problems with the machine the parts are machined. Approximately 2 hours was necessary for the 120 mm. For the 360 and 480 mm the machining time was very expansive with respectively 7 and 9 hours by part. The deburring of 360 and 480 are not totaly end, this operation is long and i was excited to take the picture and share it.:love4:

120 mm :

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Painting the case frame

I have entrust the case frame at one coach builder for painting it in white.

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A friend brazed the new bolts for the bars ( the originals was removed before, u can see it in a previous post), big thanks at him.

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Painting part 2

The iron latches of the sides panels :

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The sides trims and top panel :

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The 120 and 360 mm radiators :

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The motherboard armor :

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PCIe SSD ROG RAIDR Watercooled

The SSD totally disassembled :

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The passive radiator recycled in backplate for the sandforce dual controller before/after milling ,sanding and threading.

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The top machined in 12 mm thick polycarbonate :

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Cutting the thermal pad and adding swiftech thermal paste:

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The waterblock assembly with viton 2mm o-ring :

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I have mounted the original grill from below of the upper face :

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Finishing the top of the southbridge waterblock

I have just recover the surface with one-way mirror film :

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gentoox    4

Bykski's parts

DDR4 Waterblock and radiators.

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The RGB flow indicator.

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The rgb CPU waterblock .

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