Front and side panel where vertical GPU and fluid distro plates are most visible. I don't know how to render a great image so the clear acrylic looks weird
Rear and side panel where the PSU shroud and cable routing distro plates are most visible.
Rear panel plasma cut out and bent into shape. Had to Dremel the lines straight that were cut wavy by the CNC plasma cutter (I should have had it water jetted). Slipped with the Dremel a few times so I bought a DA to sand out the imperfections. Goes in for powder coating Monday!
Flat black powder coat
Making a sleeving tool so I can eventually make the full length cables
2ns attempt here. Some of the interior cuts are actual garbage, but eventually I figured it out and the exterior cuts are beautiful. I’m going to attempt to clean this up and make it usable
PSU shroud nearly bent into shape. I should have bent the tabs first, but I don’t have the right tools so I don’t know how much it would have helped anyway. I’ll figure out a way... I usually do
PSU shroud with integrated cable routing and relocated fan
Currently working on a crazy SFF build for a friend with dual loops, water cooling and cable distro plates, full length sleeved cables for everything that powers on, custom PSU shroud with fan relocation, panels to be plasma cut and powder coated, custom dual pump cover to be milled and anodized, acrylic panels galore, AND it's all being done in a tiny Q300L chassis by Cooler Master. Essentially it will be my first masterpiece combining everything that I've learned in the last year using Fusion 360 and everything that I'm inspired by from other modders as well. My intention is to enter it in Cooler Master's modding world series contest since it definitely should be done by the time it roles around again. The model is complete but the work has yet to even begin! I'll be excited to see it finished but sad knowing the entire build is for a friend. Makes me want to hurry up and finish it so I can make something even more beautiful for myself! I'll be posting more and more photos as things are completed. In the meantime you can view the final model here: https://a360.co/2QEqCpy