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    Default Mini-Monster (wood edition)

    Ok guys thought i would post my new build.
    However im not sure if i will cancel it or not, see how things go, as Monster 3 may take priority at some point.

    Stage 1, thought id remodel Monster to look as similar to big monster as possible.

    This is going to be a mini itx build though in wood.



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    Default Re: Mini-Monster (wood edition)

    Ok, i think i would like to start at the mobo tray.

    1. Find some stock wood.


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    Hmm, still basically a tree, so must saw it off ,depth it plane, it trim it .







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    As far as i know, i cant route out the holes, so sadly, its gonna have to be the traditional way.


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    Ok, lets leave that bit for the moment.

    Think ill have a go at the pci rear part

    so again need to saw off, cut trim, depth, this time thickness of 20mm, as gonna make as solid.





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    Default Re: Mini-Monster (wood edition)

    ok leave this part for a while, as my turning machine is set for a job that would be close to what i need for my feet, i can adjust after a little and start turning.

    Now im not sur if a little too tall, but workmate has got a good point, he said if foot too small, its not worth me turning something fancy, if it wont be seen.

    So done theese, what you recon?, i quite like them myself, need to make bottom to test them on really.

    This is as far as ive got so far, can only do very small amounts at a time, time restrictions.


    Till next update

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    Default Re: Mini-Monster (wood edition)

    Thanks LSD, This may be a slow build this time though.

    But, im at it again, as i now work in a wood production job now.

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