Next I needed something to mount the computer hardware to. There would have been several options on how to do this but I believe this one worked the best for me.
This case is from one Taiwanese manufacturer... can't remember the name though. The only thing that I needed from it was the motherboard tray. Needless to say, it wasn't moveable or removeable. That is before one introduces power tools to the mix.
I removed the rivets holding the case structure together. One can use almost any drill and drill bit for this job.
Next I outlined the needed cuts for the angle grinder and fired it away...
Here we have a one purpose hacked motherboard tray for the build.
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