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Bloo Balls by Cheapskate

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CrixD 24th August 2008, 15:00 Quote
Many people forget that Blooballs was a LOW cost casemod :/
I think it is brilliant, and purely shows that casemod does not have to be done by the wallet.
About the style. I think it has it's own charm :)
Cheapskate 26th August 2008, 04:20 Quote
@Stuey - I really hope so. To be honest, I'm terrible at bumming.:) I sent out 2 e-mails requesting sponsorship.
Did Craftsman ever replace Bob Villa? And industrial sponsor would rule. I probably can't get a CNC machine, but casting and welding stuffs would be cool. -or custom extruded aluminum coldplates... mmm, yummy ideas.
@CrixD - Thanks, but low cost? I spent like, $900 on this one. -Not including new tools. The 'toad was low cost, $40.
Vimesey 27th August 2008, 00:10 Quote
Yer great workmanship. Really impressive skills and inginuity.

But unfortunately if i'm being honest i think this case is a whole new level of ugly :p.

Great work but not for me :)
Cheapskate 27th August 2008, 00:23 Quote
I hear that a lot. When I realized it would be loud, I went all out.
tonschk 27th August 2008, 11:14 Quote
This is the First plexiglas case already with the PSU at the bottom , all the other ready made plexiglas case are made with the PSU still at the top


I like the colors , Blue , orange , copper , good combination
leowheeler 4th September 2008, 10:44 Quote
this is nuts!! jus a calibration of colour! secretly disguising a hamster cage ! lol only kiddin great mod!
Ryan Cooper 18th November 2008, 03:59 Quote
Incredible job Cheaps!

- The wet saw would have never crossed my mind.

By the way, do you think a wetsaw would be good for cutting acrylic?

because, at least with me, i have to be really careful with acrylic, due to melting and all.
Megalex 12th April 2009, 11:09 Quote
ExellenT!!!
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