Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008

Written by bit-tech Staff

December 24, 2008 // 8:46 a.m.

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MCE2.0 by Max Erlandsson


Original bit-tech Article

I'm very happy with all of my previous builds, but they're all missing one feature: portability, and that's mainly what I'm hoping to achieve with this build.

I'll use the "Industrial-tech" theme I created for my first mod, Cold-Fusion. Below, you can see a sketch of how I was wanting the completed case to look. This was made a while before I started building though. The design also changed several times during the building process, you'll probably notice that later on.

One thing that's entirely new for me is my new CNC Mill, which I've never before used for building Scratch-builds.


Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 MCE2.0 by Max Erlandsson Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 MCE2.0 by Max Erlandsson

Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 MCE2.0 by Max Erlandsson Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 MCE2.0 by Max Erlandsson

Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 MCE2.0 by Max Erlandsson Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 MCE2.0 by Max Erlandsson

Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 MCE2.0 by Max Erlandsson Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 MCE2.0 by Max Erlandsson
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