Front side of the Case Fan PC. In case you're cocking your head while looking at it, none of the fans, except the 9 base fans are at right angles to each other.
200mm fan on the front side.
The other 200mm fan with lights on
Button installed in a PCIe slot so you're can turn off the crickets on steroids sounding motor that spins the hood ornament
Blue LED fans are cheap in bulk
Tangle of cabling from the PS side of the case.
Big cable sleeves for the major arteries of the fan cables
Hood ornament with the top red rotating fan angled, silver motor shaft cover, and triangular 60mm Lexan fan supports supporting each other around it
Horrible Cooler Master cooler. Hey, it looks really cool
9 fan base held together by white zip ties and bolted to the rotating base
Motherboard/PC base attached to the fan base
Motherboard mounted on the Lexan motherboard tray, which is supported over the fan base by the long gold standoffs
Cable routing during assembly
Silver cable sleeves hid the fan cables in plain site
Yes, there is a PC in there
Two sides not yet attached during assembly
Cutting the Lexan for the motherboard tray
Rough cut of the motherboard tray
I woudn't call this case builder friendly, but you do what you have to to get the nut on the bracket screw. Here super glued to a glove finger
Rotating hood ornament fan assembly, with motor, slip ring, and shaft cover. Here being painted silver.
Cut tabs for the apex of the roof to avoid installing metal hardware hinges
When you can use a hole saw bit, use a hole saw bit
With some practice you can cut curves with plastics knife. Learn to use a jig saw instead would be my advice
Cutting the front panel Lexan. Lexan, or polycarbonate sheet, is far easier to work with than regular plexiglass
Assembling the hood ornament
Motor, slip ring, shaft and fan
Hardware mount to center of tabbed roof
Part of the rotating base after painting
The sun rises on a decent paint job.
Pieces of old VESA mount used to make X support for fan base