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  1. With the practice over it was time to commence to the real thing. I chose this piece of wenge because I liked the way the grain flowed and wanted to feature this around the case. I cut each piece with minimal kerf ensuring a seamless look. Before starting any big projects it’s always a good idea to start by sharpening your tools, especially when the wood is a touch as this. I used my trusty waterstone setup and Veritas guide: Turns out pencil lines are particularly tough to see on wenge, this made for an extra challenge.
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  2. The case features mitered dovetail joints, which are trickier than they look. I haven’t done too many of these joints which meant I needed to get some practice in before I went any farther. Luckily I had some cherry pieces in my scrap pile that were just the right size! First things first, cut the pieces to the right length. It’s also extra important that the pieces are square and straight. Next, mark the thickness of the pieces all the way around with a marking gauge. This is the line we will be chiseling too so its important it is accurate:
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  3. As I mentioned earlier the entire PC will be mostly built by water cooling components. That's why I use fittings and tubes for connecting the discs to eachother. The runs on the sides will be just for stability but the one on top will also run coolant in it. Core design is finished and now features a bottom mounted D5 pump underneath the motherboard.
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  4. Test assembly completed The progress is 90% completed, all cables are tested, and the final detail processing stage begins.
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  5. Did some improvements on the case also the first hardware is mounted. power cord is mounted the top gets a subframe to get every 240mm radiator fit (fail from me - constructed with a acool nexxxos ^^ just this can fit :D) next step is doing the cables and waiting on watercool stuff
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  6. FINAL SUBMISSIONS Cooler Master Case Mod World Series 2020 Final Mod >> SURVIVOR foreword : At CMWS20 this time, I was inspired by the way humans can survive when the world's environment deteriorates. I prefer to call it a dystopian condition. My case mod this time made a versatile means of transportation at that time. I only use acrylic sheets with varying thicknesses (2mm, 3mm & 5mm) and acrylic bars with a diameter of 3mm and 5mm. the technique I use is to join the thin sheets together and shape them to make them look dimensional and deep.
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