New Bench station!


sarang

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Damned "Spread Reputation". This is feedback for the now mod LT n Appo. Get rid of this "Spread Rep" issue. If someone deserves to be repped let it be! whats the matter?
 

Rave

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Abbe Rave, its yellow not green! weight is approx 5-6 kgs without any hw mounted
Ohh yellow yellow dirty fellow sitting on metal brackets? :p :lol:
 

Satan

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Extremely SWEET job!.

Now THAT is a Show-off.

Excellent job buddy.

Where did you get the parts from? HDD cage especially.
 

Sandy

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Oye!! WOW YOU MADE THIS By yourself?? No carpunter :p to help? :hap2:

how much this it cost you? excluding the tools :p
What kind of paint is that? regular oil paint? finish looks really good

Mesa going to try this next month! I will bug you for help :p
 

Crazy_Eddy

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Wow :O
Now this redefines showoff!

BTW why the sponge (?) base underneath the motherboard?
Also what are those hook like things (dunno the technical term for it) around the motherboard area for?
And where did ya get the HDD bay/screws from?

Good work again :D
 

karmyster

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Wow, amazing work, congrats. Please share your budget and tips with other members here.
 

apollyon

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haven't really calculated the cost but its quite cheap
@sandy, no carpunter. all work done by me. jigsaw FTW! :p
paint is satin finish enamel paint aka regular oil paint with a matt finish. Used a roller, helps a lot with the finish

@eddy the hook like thingies are holders for 120mm fans. the aeroflex sheet beneath the mobo prevents it from flexing while installing heavy hsf's etc.
hdd bay salvaged from junk cabby, hand screws bought locally

@lt, toolbox bought from Budhwar peth
 

TechHead

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Awesome! Truly awesome! Great work saar! When can we come and see it in action?
 

6pack

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amazing work :D

how did you cut those elongated circular ended holes in the wood?