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FiveWood by cc3d

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The boy 4rm oz 27th August 2008, 10:06 Quote
A very beautiful mod. Your attention to detail is fantastic. I can't believe I missed this. Fantastic work.
Mankz 27th August 2008, 12:18 Quote
^^ Amazing workmanship. I love the GPU coolers.
alleyne 27th August 2008, 12:19 Quote
coolmiester 27th August 2008, 12:58 Quote
A major contender for the Antiques Roadshow in a 100 years time.

Incredible craftsmanship ;)
Redbeaver 27th August 2008, 14:57 Quote
holy crap! amazing!
fargo 27th August 2008, 16:11 Quote
fantastic job my friend, I have only one question sinse you covered the fire aspec what about warping from heat?
legoman666 27th August 2008, 16:57 Quote
Looks awesome! Don't know about the fan grills though, they just don't seem to match the rest of the case. I've made my own from some 1/8" Cherry:
http://img118.imageshack.us/my.php?image=0901071726av5.jpg http://img45.imageshack.us/my.php?image=amdgrill4cw7.jpg http://img45.imageshack.us/my.php?image=atigrill3po6.jpg

They break very easily. I ended up breaking the ATI grill on accident with my finger. The UC grill broke in 3 places and the AMD grill in 1 when I was cutting them.
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Originally Posted by fargo
fantastic job my friend, I have only one question sinse you covered the fire aspec what about warping from heat?
My own wood case had some problems from warping. The front panel cracked at a board joint in 2 places: above the grill and below the grill. The huge right side panel also warped a little, but not enough to effect anything.
Htr-Labs 27th August 2008, 18:44 Quote
Chris.....I must say you really have out-done any wooden PC I've seen in a while. Green sabbath has some nice stuff as well. Props to both of you for such extremely precise and detailed work. Amazing, brilliant, inspiring and absolutely stunning. Smashing success Chris!!! I love it. Don't change a thing.
yeknom 27th August 2008, 18:59 Quote
Man, this looks great!
C-Sniper 27th August 2008, 19:22 Quote
amazing, your wood crafting is incredible. I honestly have never seen that much put into a case like that.
Cheapskate 27th August 2008, 20:32 Quote
I'll say it again. It's an absolutely lovely case. It would look very natural in a tropy room style study.
ppzero 27th August 2008, 21:00 Quote
JUST BEAUTIFUL. GREAT WORK MY FRIEND. I REALLY ADMIRE IT.
kickarse 27th August 2008, 21:03 Quote
Very nice case...

On page 4 of the article "ordinary" is spelled incorrectly.
talladega 27th August 2008, 22:28 Quote
absolutely amazing!! can you send me over some of your skills? :D
foolio 27th August 2008, 22:54 Quote
wow those details are really nice mate.
I really like the way you crafted this, tho not my taste but still damn you def can be proud at the result.
yodasarmpit 27th August 2008, 23:12 Quote
Wonderful case build.
seanap 28th August 2008, 02:55 Quote
Man, that is stunning.

Keep it up!
ModMinded 28th August 2008, 03:58 Quote
Wow! Just Wow! I haven't had a chance to read the project log, but I can't wait to read it. I'm very impressed.
Amon 28th August 2008, 05:19 Quote
Marvelous sliding door!
[USRF]Obiwan 28th August 2008, 12:57 Quote
Awesome looking case, to bad I am a modern-arty liking person who hates antique.
However... I really appreciate the incredible craftsmanship of the builder.
OleJ 28th August 2008, 16:11 Quote
Very nice work. ;)
Grinch123456 28th August 2008, 21:26 Quote
I came.
cc3d 29th August 2008, 01:58 Quote
Thanks much to all. I appreciate the comments. This project took waaaay too long and it's good to see it well received.

CC
mctigger 29th August 2008, 19:17 Quote
awesome. simply awesome
Cupboard 30th August 2008, 19:40 Quote
Great case.
I really like the idea of thermistors used to control the fan speed. I don't know why I haven't seen that before.
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