Scratch built case from acrylic in black and clear. Radiators, fittings, and other various components have been powdercoated in LP blue from Prismatic Powders. Tubing was cut and joined together using a chemical welding process and eliminated the need for bends using heat. The front and rear panels have been designed to be coolant channels or more commonly referred to as distro plates to tie the front and rear together. The motherboard panel is also a reservoir and uses a crazy shape that's not used in many reservoirs. I wanted something that went far outside the usual square box style steel/aluminum enclosures that are so common with PC building. The insane shapes and harsh lines make this a one of a kind build for sure. I hope you enjoy the pics as much as I did designing and building it. This case will be available for sale once I make the necessary adjustments to my drawing. There will also be a smaller version of this model to hold 2 360mm radiators as well. This build was a prototype and as such should be viewed that way. This is in now way a finished production ready enclosure. If you have an interest in purchasing one of these cases please feel free to contact me.