Project Exometry: An Endeavour on a Functional Prototype

Sigmaeleven

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Nice presentation boards! I think you will make a very good product designer, have you considered it as a subject?
Unfortunately my college doesn't seem to offer it as an option, but I'll look at it in the future.
But there's something such as learning it by yourself!
 

Ceros_X

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I like it, but there were a few typos in the couple of panels I zoomed in on. I know Photoshop doesn't spell check, but if you want to turn it into a portfolio I'd paste your copy into Word and then PS to check it out.

Also, I definitely thought it was an indie case company posting a new prototype case when I opened it. Great work!
 

Sigmaeleven

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I like it, but there were a few typos in the couple of panels I zoomed in on. I know Photoshop doesn't spell check, but if you want to turn it into a portfolio I'd paste your copy into Word and then PS to check it out.

Also, I definitely thought it was an indie case company posting a new prototype case when I opened it. Great work!
Got it. It was just something I did in my spare time. Typos would be fixed in the final version, surely.

Again, thanks for pointing it out!
 
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ignsvn

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I was confused looking at the black case above VS the white render.

Then I realized it's your old Node 304 case LOL.
 

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Indeed some GPUs have fans, heat pipes, as well as power cable protruding everywhere.. I suggest to give some room on top, bottom and front.
 

Ceros_X

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What riser did you wind up going with? I'd op check it fully before you shift your designs around. If it doesn't work out you can get a good quality riser from LiHeat for $40 shipped.
 

Sigmaeleven

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What riser did you wind up going with? I'd op check it fully before you shift your designs around. If it doesn't work out you can get a good quality riser from LiHeat for $40 shipped.
A $10 Flyconn one. Shouldn't be much of a problem.
 

Sigmaeleven

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Nice! Did everything fit together correctly?
For the acrylic parts, yeah. Fortunately the tolerances did cooperate!

I would still need to discharge the acrylic before mounting the anything electronic on it though. A quick wash should suffice.