Curv3d by Johan Nyman (C4B12)

Written by Antony Leather

February 28, 2013 | 16:39

Tags: #acrylic-pc #best-htpc-case #pc-modding #scratchbuild #scratchbuilt-pc

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The long white cable in the picture below is the LCD-cable that goes to an internal usb-port.

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Curv3d by Johan Nyman (C4B12) Finalizing the case Curv3d by Johan Nyman (C4B12) Finalizing the case
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Finalizing the case

Now I took the whole case and hardware apart to finish the last small details. As you see there are not many pieces to this case, it is all based on those two acrylic sheets and the metal sheets.

Curv3d by Johan Nyman (C4B12) Finalizing the case Curv3d by Johan Nyman (C4B12) Finalizing the case
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In my project logs there were many people that questioned why I didn’t have a vent. The reasons why were that I didn't need one because the temperatures were okay for a HTPC and I couldn’t come up with a good enough solution of how to hide a vent, until I found a 100mm slim fan, 12mm thick.

Curv3d by Johan Nyman (C4B12) Finalizing the case Curv3d by Johan Nyman (C4B12) Finalizing the case
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The acrylic is 8mm, so I made a square 100mm hole under the motherboard, so the fan would only stick up 4mm. I installed it with some epoxy and installed a fan filter over it.
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