Open Air X case (Designed, developed and made in India by me)


red dragon

Justiceforall
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Really impressive buddy!! GREAT job. I'm not a desktop person, but can literally feel your passion. You're indeed TRUE GENIUS!!
Will you be able to ship to EU/US?
 

truegenius

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Really impressive buddy!! GREAT job. I'm not a desktop person, but can literally feel your passion. You're indeed TRUE GENIUS!!
Will you be able to ship to EU/US?
Thanks. Unfortunately i can't export it as a product to EU/US due to laws. But i can ship it as a gift or something. Though it will cost more than the case itself :shy:
I am trying to get in touch with some reviewers (like Gamersnexus) in hope to get their attention towards this case and get some exposure too. If somehow Gamersnexus review this case then it will be mission accomplished :D.
 

TheCoolerPlayer

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Damn dude, a really nice case. Props to you for taking the initiative to make your own case when you couldn't find something suitable! I hope Gamers Nexus gets in touch with you, that would be a huge day for Indian PC industry! Really love the design choices and tasteful lighting.

Btw I'm in the market for a sff case (>20L), preferably one in which I can fit my existing matx mobo + atx psu (because buying itx mobo + sff psu will be stupidly expensive even if I get the nr200p), and it seems the only option for that is the Mechanic Master C28, which I don't think can be shipped to India without costing a bomb :(

Hence what I'm planning to do is to try and design my own case and get it 3d printed, or design it with the local steel cutting shop XD
How viable would this path be? I'm just starting out in 3d designing so any inputs will be appreciated, especially from a true genius like you. I must admit I got this idea of designing my own case after seeing your post. Thanks a lot!

Edit: if it matters, my components are Vega 64 LC, Ryzen 2200G (for now) air cooled with a 156mm tower cooler (have the wraith stealth lying around too if needed) and no HDDs. Thanks again!
 

truegenius

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Disciple
Damn dude, a really nice case. Props to you for taking the initiative to make your own case when you couldn't find something suitable! I hope Gamers Nexus gets in touch with you, that would be a huge day for Indian PC industry! Really love the design choices and tasteful lighting.

Btw I'm in the market for a sff case (>20L), preferably one in which I can fit my existing matx mobo + atx psu (because buying itx mobo + sff psu will be stupidly expensive even if I get the nr200p), and it seems the only option for that is the Mechanic Master C28, which I don't think can be shipped to India without costing a bomb :(

Hence what I'm planning to do is to try and design my own case and get it 3d printed, or design it with the local steel cutting shop XD
How viable would this path be? I'm just starting out in 3d designing so any inputs will be appreciated, especially from a true genius like you. I must admit I got this idea of designing my own case after seeing your post. Thanks a lot!

Edit: if it matters, my components are Vega 64 LC, Ryzen 2200G (for now) air cooled with a 156mm tower cooler (have the wraith stealth lying around too if needed) and no HDDs. Thanks again!
Looking at its cost and shipping cost on aliexpress, i guess money wise it will be cheaper to build similar by yourself.
Only problem you may face is to get accurate bends and offset bending and multiple bends in same part, so you need to focus on minimum bends and no offset bending. I will recommend using 3mm aluminium to get strength as well as remove need of many bends.
3d printing whole cabinet will be too costly and will be very weak, so no for it, you may use 3d printing just for small parts.

Also, unfortunately gamersnexus doesn't seems to review products from unknown brands, i tried to contact him multiple times but never got a reply, not even a denial, but i see multiple retweets of anyone posting a pic of gamersnexus products. Look like he is more into reviewing company than products. So i am not looking to get it reviewed from gn anymore. So i will give it to struggling indian reviewers for review.
 
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TheCoolerPlayer

Member
Disciple
Looking at its cost and shipping cost on aliexpress, i guess money wise it will be cheaper to build similar by yourself.
Only problem you may face is to get accurate bends and offset bending and multiple bends in same part, so you need to focus on minimum bends and no offset bending. I will recommend using 3mm aluminium to get strength as well as remove need of many bends.
3d printing whole cabinet will be too costly and will be very weak, so no for it, you may use 3d printing just for small parts.
I see, thank you for your inputs. I will update if anything ever comes out of this. Really grateful for this.

Also, unfortunately gamersnexus doesn't seems to review products from unknown brands, i tried to contact him multiple times but never got a reply, not even a denial, but i see multiple retweets of anyone posting a pic of gamersnexus products. Look like he is more into reviewing company than products. So i am not looking to get it reviewed from gn anymore. So i will give it to struggling indian reviewers for review.
Well that's sad, but I do hope that you get all the success you deserve. Hopefully someone comes along who recognises your work. Good luck friend!
 

iPwnz

Brutally Honest
Veteran
I was inspired by singularity's spectre and thermaltake's core p series ( i also watched jp modified, Declassified Systems, Designs By IFR and many other modders on youtube, also LTT and GN's videos for design and functionality inspiration)
Ooh nice to know that another member follows JP and IFR.
 

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