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Old 07-08-2015, 03:13 PM
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Default " Dragon Desk" ( build in progress )


Hello guys, my name is Mark, and I live in Italy.
Excuse my English.
I am passionate about modding a few years, my passion are the Desk.
For almost six months I put in various dance projects , drawing the design with Solidworks, Corel, and DraftSight.
In the end neither left a desk all aluminum, with 3 mm thick, laser-cut , and with various robotic bending ..... all this made ​​at my expense .. in a laser cutting company in my area, I'm going to withdraw tomorrow afternoon .... and pay 530 Euro.
Then they made a couple of changes will have various levels: holes and welding. I prefer to do a little hand , so I have to be fun for the next few months .... as a true modder should also get their hands dirty.

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Special thanks goes to Umberto BitFenix ​​, for the trust you gave me in the project , for providing all the material.



Special thanks goes to Jon ​​, for the trust you gave me in the project , for providing all the material.



Special thanks goes to Aquatuning Gmbh ​​, for the trust you gave me in the project , for providing all the material.



Special thanks goes to Lamptron​​, for the trust you gave me in the project , for providing all the material.






Mb* Hoping to get a partnership
Cpu* Hoping to get a partnership
Ssd* n°2 - Corsair Force LX 512GB
HD* WD RE 4 TB Enterprise Hard Drive - WD4000FYYZ
Psu* Corsair HX750i
Gpu* Asus Strix - GeForce GTX 970, OC, 4 GB
Ram* 32GB - Corsair Dominator Platinum C9 1600MHz DRAM DDR3 da 16GB (4 x 8GB)
Keyboard* Corsair Vengeance K70 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard — Cherry MX Red.
Rheobus1* n°2 - Lamptron CW611
Ventolame* n°12 - Spectre-pro White
Ventolame* n°2 - Corsair SP120 High Performance




Pump* n°2 - Alphacool VPP655 - PWM
Reservoir* n°2 - Phobya Balancer 250 black nickel
Radiator* n°2 - Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper 360mm
Tube* Rigido e morbido Alphacool
Fittings* Alphacool Fittings
Gpu Block* Hoping to get a partnership
Cpu Block* Hoping to get a partnership


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Old 07-09-2015, 02:43 PM
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Ola Colonel...
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You have BitFenix PSU cables and no PSU?
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You have BitFenix PSU cables and no PSU?
Now I have a Seasonic P-660 Platinium, but I would change.
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I really like the idea of making a computer desk that also is a computer.
Something similiar will propably come If I move to a new apartment, my current apartment cannot reliable "take" such a solution.

But may I suggest a new name for it?
What about:
JOHNNY INTEGRATED DESK COMPUTER

(in the style of IKEA)

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Hello guys , this morning I insert the aluminum components of the desk.

A few photos of the work, made ​​by the owner of the company.







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Here we are guys , with the first step, welding of aluminum







And now we wait for the rest of the welds

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Good heavens, I wish I had these type of skills and hardware. My tools consists of pliers, various screwdrivers and a hammer... T_T
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Special thanks to Corsair, for sponsorship my project.
Thanks to Jon








































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Thanks to Aquatuning Gmbh to sponsor my project Dragon Desk, and to Peter for collaboration.



















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Here we are guys... Today we start with the first cuts, after taking all measures perfect:
I start from the plate that will accommodate the motherboard.

I prepare my tools and start::





I start making some points on the parts to be drilled:



So with a cup 19mm, I start to make holes:







And here it is completely perforated:


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Here it is over, after I helped out with the jigsaw, and files:







Now that we have seen me do track the slab where I'll place the IO , cutting the compartment.



Putting in security , with glasses use the hose:



And here it is in position:



The signs you see on the left , are still to be determined ....
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