Timpelay Posted November 7, 2022 Author Share Posted November 7, 2022 So I spent the weekend getting all panels back together. Decided to use my trusted Loctite Precision. Super strong and fast. Only downside compared to Epoxy is that it does not fill any gaps. The cuts made with the sliding mitre saw is so good at some parts that you pretty much can't see the connection when glued back solid. Tried to nail this as good as possible and think I got it done alright? Some parts of the front is 98% structural and 2% visible which makes them easier to get back together. Original diffuser guides for LED will be modified and put back in. Allthough I'll mount new strips instead of modifying the original hard PCB LED strips used in the case. Top guides, bottom guides, front guides. They all get modded and put back. Same here at the front, cuts and joints are not placed together for different parts giving back some natural stifness to the panels. This part took some extra time because I figured out that my 170 mm would make it possible to perfect match the pattern. A panel that won't be visible fron the outside unless you open the front of the case but damn it feels good to have it back together alot shorter but factory looking! Next up is more internal work as all water cooling parts from EK has arrived. Still need to sort out mobo/CPU though to align my CPU water block for the tubing design. But I will be able to build my cooling cluster and see how it looks in reality! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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