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Hello everyone 😁, I am glad to be able to participate in this year's contest again. I got a lot of trouble from COVID-19. My home is at the point of the worst outbreak in the country. I pray that everyone here is safe.

 

This project I am doing with my friend. We try to find things to do while we can't go out of the house. 

 

I hope you will like it. Thank you for coming

 

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     Build Vlog 

 

 

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Project Overview

 

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Hardware

 

AMD Ryzen™ 9 5900X

MSI MPG B550I GAMING EDGE WIFI

THERMALTAKE TOUGHRAM RGB 64GB (32GBX2) 3600MHZ

GIGABYTE RADEON™ RX 6800XT GAMING OC 16GB GDDR6

WD BLACK SN850 M.2 PCI-E GEN4 1TB

COOLERMASTER V850 SFX850W 80 PLUS GOLD

COOLER MASTER MASTERLIQUID ML240P MIRAGE 240 MM

COOLER MASTER MASTERFAN SF120R ARGB

 

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Concept

 

I must say, I am not a fan or collector of GUNDAM. I intend to try making CASE GUNDAM once. Because people around me are collectors Gunpla. And always encouraged me to try. They want some of their favorite characters Became the computer on the table. This sounds easy as some models are available for download on net.

 

For me, when it came to PC. It was a big challenge. At the heart of Gundam, the challenge when assembling is fun. But I think for PC. Easy to assemble or maintain is the key. It's a reverse design.

 

I had to write it all over. Both the structure and the shell. By keeping as much overview as possible. And adjust the structure to be as easy maintain as possible.  Neodymium Magnet is my answer to restructuring. 

 

 

design

The structure is mainly divided into 6 portion according to the hardware placement. 

 

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But all are installed on the same structure. Which can be removed for ease of work , Head / Body / shoulder / Backpack /

 I wrote it using steel plates of 1.5 mm and 2 mm where the weight was to be loaded 

 

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The head is the only part where hardware is not placed. At first I set up an SSD, but I thought most people would choose M.2, so it was designed with just a LED light.

 

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Red is steel plate Fixed with another layer of 3Dprint structure. Some parts that do not need to be removed Put a hole nut usual.

 

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The removable group also made a magnetic socket. For LED maintenance and for fun. When putting the magnet on the lock It will give me a weird feeling of good. Like assembling a model hahaha.

 

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Both shoulders The main structure is 1.5mm steel plate mounted with a 3Dprint magnetic socket

 

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At this point, I made it to support the installation of a fan or radiator a 120mm. Shell both at front and rear must removable, so it is very necessary. I actually wanted to design it to slide a little. But I only have one month to write it all. So I cut out the complexity. 

 

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The body is the main part where MB is installed. Below I designed the shell to move a little. To open the back I / O channel. It is for postponing the show when friends come home. Actually used, I made the front panel below. hahaha

 

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The cover of the case is designed to be easily pulled straight. Use a magnet to attach to the socket on the body. 15.jpg.1c94facd6daef232d07cc70076bfb4f0.jpg

 

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Hardware, I designed it to be installed on an external stand first. Then put inside

 

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The PSU is at the bottom center. 

 

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When assembling and maintenance requirements. I designed it to just pull the shell around the magnetic mount. It is clear and easy for taking out or connecting wires. But in this case you have to take off ฺbackpack first. 

 

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The back for placing the VGA is a magnetic cover like the other points.

 

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Next is the process of Build, painting and assembling. I will update again.

 

 

 

 

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The main structure is constructed of steel sheet 1.5 mm thick and 2 mm thick. 

 

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I don't have a plasma steel cutter, so I have to send my files to the factory. Seams and corner joints are always large. I have to come to check and edit every time So as not to be a problem in the process of assembling other enclosures.

 

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When fix every point is good, then apply a steel primer.

 

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