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Macro Case by macroman

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Koolvin 4th October 2001, 21:22 Quote
Nuff respect to that Mod!
Fly 4th October 2001, 21:30 Quote
niiiiiiice... love the Fibre Optic idea...


Fly
Razor 4th October 2001, 21:38 Quote
Extemely nice case :D :cool: wish I had one
RTT 4th October 2001, 22:02 Quote
respect to macroman

'nuff said :D

keep up the good work mate - that case is immaculate :eek:
Gordy 4th October 2001, 23:13 Quote
OMG nice :)
[GiB] Spawny 4th October 2001, 23:20 Quote
To the untrained eye you could miss a lot and see nothing. I'm just glad the judges didn't.

In the spirit of modding a big thanks for sharing and caring.

LARGE slap on the back young man.
Jamie 4th October 2001, 23:22 Quote
and it only took me an hour to get up ;) no sweat :D
Bindibadgi 4th October 2001, 23:41 Quote
I love that, stealth mods rule!! fantastic optical cable idea!!

/me thinks macro should be employed by coolermaster/Lian Li and design their cases and mods for them :)
i_h8clowns 5th October 2001, 03:21 Quote
Now that's modding to the next level! Excellent work macroman. But you didn't tell us about the color changing case LED! :D


question for Fly: Is there anything special I should know about ordering from Maplins from the US? Is shipping through the roof? thanks
linear 5th October 2001, 05:26 Quote
Really great mods, and a great article. Thanks for sharing inspirational ideas with us.
Hi-TEK 5th October 2001, 09:09 Quote
I love the sunken Rheostats's baybus and I want to test this out on the next case mod that I do. Great work overall on the Lian Li, nice to see people seperating from the norm.
thb 5th October 2001, 10:22 Quote
some excellent little touches there - realy good use of fibre optic cable

*still dreaming about what to do to my system when I eventually get one*
Kevo 5th October 2001, 10:25 Quote
They are the cleanest mods I have ever seen :eek:

You have just got to love it :D
moose 5th October 2001, 11:19 Quote
Hats off to Mr Macroman :)
Bindibadgi 5th October 2001, 12:55 Quote
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Originally posted by Moose
Hats off to Mr Macroman :)

*removes virtual hat*

:)
Gordy 5th October 2001, 13:12 Quote
Out of interest how did you cut the slots for the dvd fasia out of the hauminium ?
Koolvin 5th October 2001, 13:43 Quote
drilled and then filed out with a needle file!
Jamie 5th October 2001, 14:55 Quote
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Originally posted by Koolvin
drilled and then filed out with a needle file!

which takes hours from personal experience, you need a lot of patience to do that. Macroman is an expert filer !!
Phil 5th October 2001, 17:21 Quote
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Originally posted by i_h8clowns
question for Fly: Is there anything special I should know about ordering from Maplins from the US? Is shipping through the roof? thanks

You'd be mad o order from maplins to the US - i bet half their stock comes from the US anyway...

Get stuff from Radio Shack, or another similar US Electronics store...
Gordy 5th October 2001, 19:14 Quote
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Originally posted by SpiKe


which takes hours from personal experience, you need a lot of patience to do that. Macroman is an expert filer !!

Tell me about it , that must have taken him ages , where is he , he needs to bask in his glory ? :D
macroman 5th October 2001, 19:41 Quote
I ain't wearin' no basque. :mad: (not unless I can mod it first ;) )

Some very nice comments here, makes me feel all embarrassed :o
macroman 5th October 2001, 22:44 Quote
Hey check out them wheels. :cool:

http://www.macroman.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/lianli_pc78.jpg



:eek:
Kevin 7th October 2001, 02:47 Quote
macroman should add some monster truck wheels on his case :D

btw... the LCD from tweakbox's mod was nice
seanblee 7th October 2001, 14:40 Quote
That has to be one of, if not THE, best-looking alu case I've seen in a long time. Nice one, Macroman! Now if only I could get mine to look that good...
g3po 8th October 2001, 09:59 Quote
this case completely blew me away...it's such a sophisticated creation! kudos to you, Macroman!

right now i'm using a 4 fan baybus switch in my lianli60...the blue LEDs were an easy improvement, but the switches aren't quite as nice as the rotary dials. i'm inspired; where did you find such an awesome rotary unit?!
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