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  1. Spray paint Metal electroplating paint spraying, restore metal texture, then spray the pearl white finish of the metal exoskeleton, and you can start the aging effect after finishing. The bracket part is sprayed with metallic iron gray.
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  2. Finally we're there, the last parts of the hardware are arrived, and after Designed and printed in 3d the bracket to hold the video and painted all the parts is time to assemble all the scartch build Stay tuned to see the final photos
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  3. Black Cable extension by Cooler master Cooler Master Psu mwe gold 750w full modular Rgb controller bu cooler master
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  4. Hello Anthony Padula, thank you for your reply. Here is the answers: 1. This is cutted metal pci slot caps from old pc case. I used them becouse it was the easest way to fix AiO in this place. (See more detailed images). Without this - AiO's position is unstable. With use of this metal thing - AiO is strongly fixed. 2. Not sure - I undestand question. I try to answer. I fixed raditor by pci slot caps from one side and by two screws from other. And also radiator is fixed by two screws from fans on the glass side. For me it was enough - radiator is completly moveless. 3. No, not
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  5. Hello Xing, thank you for your reply. 3mm difference is insignificant. There is some space between PSU and fans and is exactly 3mm. You can always move parts to find comfort position to compensate this 3mm.
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  6. hi guys, i started the pavilions last nicht and got most og the armor plates stuck on too.now its time to start making hardware braces and brackets to het some hardware in to the equation.
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  7. The final choice of GPU was the RTX2080 TI as the RTX3080 took up a space necessary for the project.
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  8. Model done, ready to print. Mr. Fusion fitted with EKWB pump reservoir combo
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  9. New update: I've been busy polishing the outer aluminium panels. The aim is to polish them to a high mirror finish, but as it's my first time doing this it seems to be quite the challenge. Hard to sand all the imperfections out of the lower grits, especially when going higher up in grit count (600+). Seem to be getting there with the panel polishing (after tens of hours of undocumented hand- and machine polishing.) Still struggling with getting the lower grits out. Might need to get different sand paper.
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  10. Continuing on with my carbon fiber journey, I think I'm at the final coat of epoxy on the top cover. And the final sanding on the tray. There are a few low spots left, but they're shallow and shouldn't show once it's cleared. Next lets cut this down and fit the tray. I originally though to use stand offs to mount the tray since the side rails of the case are covered, but I ran into a bit of a problem with the door latch mechanism. It's kind of in the way. To fix this, I made some tabs for the tray out
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  11. After assembling the hardware, we move on to mounting the custom loop.
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  12. I placed a mask around the display on the front of the case, and the SSDs arrived, I mounted them in the intended place.
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  13. Here is an update, I thought that a 3D sketch would help you get an idea of the new fingers, and help me to check clearances before bending and cutting. As I said earlier in other posts the sections can be configured in different ways, in the sketch you can see the what I would call "compact" configuration, as it has the smallest footprint being stable. Another thing I want to specify is that it is a fast 3D sketch so not all parts are present/visible especially the shells. Cheers
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  14. ok guys, this is going to be cuted out on one sheet of aluminium and then bended, welded etc. If this came out like i want it...i am building myself a 1/1 scale car in my garage cause i am not working in automotive industry and have no knowledge about them except watching all Overhaulin' seasons Idea is to shape whole body with the hood and doors included with cutouts, after all bending and shaping i ll put the hinges and then cut the cutouts so i have a perfect fit, later have to add the fenders and weld them. I ll have to put all my knowledge about metal fabrication in this one, fingers
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