Lakewood oscillating fan turned into an ITX chassis.
Close up of the front of the chassis.
Close up of my logo I cut from mirrored acrylic to replace the Lakewood badge.
Front of the chassis - no LEDs.
Rear of the chassis.
Power button built into the stand.
Early prototype: The stand was not strong enough.
Early prototype: Motherboard and PSU mounted. Discovered the PSU I was using had failed and I had to order a new one.
Test fit of the first USB hub and the mainboard acrylic panel.
Original Lakewood Logo.
4650g inside Lakewood oscillating fan
Found a Lakewood oscillating fan in a closet at work. I thought it would be fun to build an SFF PC inside it. I had to 3D print a new base because the original was broken at the top. I also used my laser cutter to make the mainboard mounting plate. The standoffs were also 3D printed as was the PSU mounting bracket. All cables are routed back through the middle of the stand and out the bottom. A USB type c hub is mounted to the side of the stand.