But I would make it just as long as the kolink so you can fit regular gpus and make it 150-170mm in height. An NH-U9S would be perfect for aircooling such a case.
Nice to see it is getting quite smaller.
Is the 251x251 just to keep the square look? or are you looking to fit in a a 120 radiator/or beefy cooler on the side.
Sounds about right.it's basically 170+65 (motherboard+psu) on one side and 170+45 (motherboard+GPU) on the other. So 235x215 + some room that is taken by the corners + some room I'm keeping for cable management. Height is 100 for the PSU + 60 for cable management (above and below) + space taken by the corners.
As you can see there's no room for a radiator but the CPU cooler will be pretty tall. Anyway I should be able to shave a few mm here and there and possibly go in the 245x235x165 range
I tried to print the corners in every orientation possible and the best is to just lay one side on the printbed. I can't make the piece stick to the bed in the "tripod" position (even with tons of supports) and with the slant-corner on the bed I get 45° overhang which is too steep (plastic doesn't cool down quick enough).
There's no functional reason for the big fillet you have there right now, and that causes the piece to only have a single point to rest on (in theory).
That's exactly what I meant It's awesome to be able to express something with such general words and have the other person understand immediately. Will you try it this way?
Very cool! It just occurred to me that you could actually just upload the beams as parametric models and thus make it super easy to print a case of pretty much any size.
one could use these corners without the structural bar. Might look cool as well.
I guess the print worked without any supports?