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  1. We cut the front panel of the nr200p and insert the face !!
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  2. Hi folks, this is my first time building a scratch build so let's start... I am a huge fan of Fallout. I like that post-apocalyptic atmosphere in the game, so I decided to create something from the game. But what should it be? Then during a fallout session i saw it, a Terminal-PC with some nice hardware and custom water cooling in it. The Project The Terminal it self is made out of wood, aluminum and a bunch of 3D printed parts. The template i found was a 2D model and i decide to create it in 3D to see how it looks. After a long nigh
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  3. Hello everyone!!! The project is supported by BITSPOWER OCPC COOLER MASTER Specification CPU ryzen 7 1700x MB : GIGABYTE B450 AORUS M RAM : OCPC RAM PC DDR4 32GB VGA : PALIT GTX 1070 SSD : OCPC SSD 2.5" SATA III 240GB PSU : Cooler master m2 silent pro 1000w CASE : COOLER MASTER CM 690ii
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  4. Good day lovely people, We have decided to take part in the case mod world series and we have decided to build inside of the Cooler Master NR200P. We are still planning at this stage but we have had the opportunity to work with some fantastic brands such as Cooler Master, MSI and Patriot (Viper Gaming) so we decided to take a couple of photos of the hardware! I hope you all enjoy our progress!
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  5. 3D models finished some time ago, sent to laser cutter and going to work on getting the distro plate cut out. At first glance seems like wiring and tubing are going to be a real challenge. Hopefully everything works out but these things never go as planned.
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  6. biggest repsect that you handmade all parts ! Handcraftlevel 1000 !! I feel mad with my machining thing
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  7. Hey everyone :) The outer and inner panels are finaly machined ! Also the Reservoir is finished ans some parts for the reservoirholder. The next days the lasting cnc parts (Corners, psu hold etc) will arrive. Next Step - getting the outer panels a brushed look !
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  8. Updated chassis! Front panel side panel top panel
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  9. So badass !! From the UV Print to the 3D printed face in the front , this build has such a cool vibe awesome
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  10. Replica of the Bank of Spain, the third season of the Spanish series La Casa de Papel (Netflix series I want to thank you from the heart , 2 people , Roger Souza and Luiz Guilherme Tosi, That helped me a lot in having this 3D Print for my Project of Casemod La Casa De Papel. Thank you
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  11. Our lovely black flick splatter! lets mess this case up!
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  13. Today we began some progress. We have decided to paint the case green (we love green haha). Enjoy.
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  14. Waterway system testing and installation
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  15. we heat the bed and start to print. we'll get the face of a gang member out the front of the case. above we will insert a cybernetic vertebral column.
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  16. Next stop, let’s finish and fit the top panels.
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  17. Let's create the cover for the back of the motherboard plate. We make the cardboard template and cut the plexyglass part. we print the nightcity image on the plexyglass with the uv printer
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  18. We add laser cut plexiglass details to stay on the gang Maelstrom theme.
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  19. Hi all, the smoothing and straightening of the 6 small fingers sections is completed here a photo of the work in progress Tomorrow I hope to be able to do the same on the long fingers and the mid frame sections too. Cheers
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  20. Update I'm starting to give some shape to the cutted sections. Tomorrow I'm going to continue with the rest of the sections
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  21. Thx mate Update Some new stuff for the Project It took awhile to find a 1080p-Display that fits but after a Long time i found this beauty here Sorry for the dust, but the acrylic is a bit sensitive to dust and my fingers... xD I bougt it on Amazon, actually is this a Display for the Raspi but after removeing some stuff that i don´t need, it was realy good quallity if some one needs a Display for home Automation or the Raspi then I can only receive it. After a test with a Youtube Video with Resol
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  22. About 2 weeks later I was getting close to the finish line and I was working on the exterior part, as the work progressed the material shortage was starting to cause problems. The frame is so tough I could and can sit on it without a problem, and I weight about 90 Kg for a Case is enough . I had reinforced the the external shells with an aluminium tube frame. Then I put it all together with the outer metal corners. The Idea was to leave it as one big C section metal shell, but due to having almost no space between it and the main frame slipping it in and out led to scrat
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  23. 1 week later this is the PSU frame I had some concepts, but what I crafted in the end is clean and help with the "floaty" effect I wanted to give to the hardware inside the case. I polished it, I made this choice with my brother advice. This way it give the effect a module connected to the main frame, I wanted this and it works. Two pics of the storage side with the external panels clipped. I had to think a bit about how to connect it to the main frame. I had two options super clean with almost no screw visible, or I would have a lot of screws.
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  24. The next day I wanted to update but I couldn't the Spine turned out to be a nightmare, I crafted it with scraps recovered from an old aluminium tube. It was mostly my fault, in the first bending phase I used too much of my manly power with the hammer blows and then i had to recover the damage. I hoped to be able to finish it the next day, so I could show the Spine completed. After 2 Days the storage Spine was almost complete. Now it could sustain itself on one of its main screw, I had to make the holes for a couple more support screws but I had to be s
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  25. How cool is this competition to be doing builds alongside such teams as Designs by IFR Very cool that you guys have joined and to be entering with an ITX chassis ! Can't wait to see more
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  26. I can finally show you the aluminum frame! I cleaned and assembled it to make sure that all the parts fit together. Now the new version of the terminal differs a little from the one made of wood, so that some parts had to be milled twice. In the pictures below you can see the difference between the wood concept and the final aluminum frame. There was a problem with the side wall as I didn't know how to fix it but then I came up with a very simple solution. With this mechanism
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  27. Hi folks It was a Long way for a simple base but it is finished now and it can go to laser cut and bend all parts... xD In detail you can see the Vault-Tec logo it should be illuminated by some LED... not so special... The eye catcher are on the Right side you know the two white boxes before? Some Nixie tubes should later show the number 76. At the Moment they are not tested yet it was no time for it but its on my to do list for next week... I'm curious how they look and whether it fits into th
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  28. The first steps with the printer was.... how can i say… terrible is the right word for it, but after reading a lot about 3d printing i find my way and now i can show you the first parts. I chose the biggest parts for testing the printer but for the first time, not so bad xD One problem what i have is the "wraping", the prints do not stuck on the printer bed, The problem is that the bed is to cold so the parts start to wrap. To solve the problem i have to heat up the bed a little bit more and so i hope they stuck better on it. ...
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