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 Post subject: Project Eutanasia
PostPosted: 14.01.2008 21:50 
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It's one of my favorite cases of all time! Simple'n'stylish - just the way I like it.

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Kyllä on kieltämättä hieno , omaperäinen ja hillitty :) i like it!


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Hyvällä maulla tehty. Kestänee aikaa ulkonäkönsä puolesta!
(vrt. biohazard-cstrike-farcry teemakopat :D)


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:) Ei oo kymysyksiä tms? ;)


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PostPosted: 28.01.2008 17:59 
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Very nice case, sleek and elegant design indeed.

I am missing some information on the building process though. How did you attach the PSU to the case ?


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PostPosted: 30.01.2008 15:05 
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How about using water cutter or laser to cut that text...cheap and very accurate/fast methods. Multiple companies in Finland are doing both.

Nice case in any case (uuuhh...poetry...) ;-)


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PostPosted: 30.01.2008 18:12 
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For some, trying to make as much as possible by oneself is the thing. DIY (Do It YOURSELF!) Having something done by someone else, either tells that you don't have the skills or the will to put the effort and time to the task. For me, the amount of "real" work that you have put into the project, increases the respect that I feel towards the author of the mod.

"I designed it and ordered the piece cut and shipped to me" isn't as cool as "I designed it and personally carved the design". :)

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ChinaGarten wrote:
How did you attach the PSU to the case ?


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PostPosted: 04.02.2008 16:38 
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ChinaGarten wrote:
ChinaGarten wrote:
How did you attach the PSU to the case ?


Author of the mod isn't available at this moment. I'll inform him regarding this question when he comes back. Thanks.

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How the motherboard-tray is attached? I don't see any other attaching holes on the side except for the sidepods.


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Heh...Sry about the delay in the answers... Really been busy lately...:S

The motherboard-tray is glued onto the aluminum frame with sikaflex.

The PSU is attached to the case with long screws that go all the way through the back wall of the case. Actually they are the same kind of screws I used to attach the harddrive.

Secondly I didn't have access to lasercutting at the moment I made the case and anyways lasercutting is everything but cheap...:D


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PostPosted: 11.02.2008 23:09 
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The back wall is strong enough to support the weight of the PSU? The PSU isn't deformed by its own weight? Wow! Wouldn't have thought of that. Maybe I should put more faith in the materials I use. :lol:

Thanks for the reply!


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PostPosted: 15.02.2008 01:57 
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Absolutely fabulous, I love it. Finally a truly sleek case. I like the simplicity and overall appearance of the mod, while you did a great job keeping everything tightly packed inside. This has got to be one of my all time favorites, I'll probably do something similar myself sometime.
I've also mentioned this mod in an interview I had with ModNews.ru recently.


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PostPosted: 16.02.2008 13:42 
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Koradhil wrote:
Absolutely fabulous, I love it. Finally a truly sleek case. I like the simplicity and overall appearance of the mod, while you did a great job keeping everything tightly packed inside. This has got to be one of my all time favorites, I'll probably do something similar myself sometime.
I've also mentioned this mod in an interview I had with ModNews.ru recently.


:oops: I'm truly flattered. I've been following just about all of you projects on bit-tech. So I'm really looking forward to seeing your take on something like this. :)
I'm really happy how this mod ended up. I really accomplished most of the goals I set for it. It really is encouraging to get good comments like these.

ChinaGarten wrote:
The back wall is strong enough to support the weight of the PSU? The PSU isn't deformed by its own weight? Wow! Wouldn't have thought of that. Maybe I should put more faith in the materials I use.


The back wall is surprisingly strong. 10mm Polycarbonate really can take quite a load. Here it can take the load easily because the aluminum frame supports it even more. :)


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