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[Casemod] FULLturama = Full tower + Futurama theme
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Default [Casemod] FULLturama = Full tower + Futurama theme - 12-03-2016, 21:26 | posts: 28

Hello everyone,

FULLturama is a project i'd build for mine brother, who love Futurama. Welcome to this madness journey!

It was build on the big Antec 1900, that unfornutely was not done to custom watercooling kits.

First wanna thanks all the companies involved in some way:


Next step is showing you the progress made on the 1 Phase of the project, install the watercooling system and show it at Lisbon Maker Faire 2015.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ku_dz-z92ok
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dYKaDiz40M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aX5necJE7h8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSYdH_JhnT0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCrYnZ67GvM

Here it is at phase 1 (no theme yet) at September of last year.















Get your sit ready, there is plenty of madness coming on next updates.
   
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Hello,

So here is the main idea sketchs:




And some development, taking out almost 70 rivets, draw and sketch and them paint!











   
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See you on the next update!
   
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Default 12-07-2016, 01:03 | posts: 28

More detail about the paiting:











But mine brother thinked it was awesome to left the case outside raining for 2 weeks and when I get the adhesive tape off it was too late... Nothing like start again, repeat and do better! But at least I'd check the idea was spot on.


Next, 3D printing comes!
   
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Default 12-09-2016, 00:07 | posts: 28

Welcome!

As last post show, it was demand to re-do paiting. New bet was on Montana Cans, which I falled in love whit. I painted some more parts too.




I began to create and 3D print parts. Thanks to BQ who by let us use them Hephestos 2 for some weeks to print parts:





Last sneak peek: paiting the 3D parts, add some color on them and little fitting bath!




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Very cool! The 3d printed "decals" in particular and the paintwork is great!
   
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Very cool! The 3d printed "decals" in particular and the paintwork is great!
Hello! Thanks!

The painting with Montana Cans is super cheap, less that 15 for 4 cans and they are awesome.
   
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Lets paint the 3D parts, repaint the case and make the well know stripes from the logo of the series.












Next chapter, some assembly photos and the project at Maker Faire Lisbon 2016!
   
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Here she is when arrived at our booth @ Lisbon Maker Faire 2016.

I think perfection is on the small details, like the theme parts and mods inside the case, what you think?












Next post, we close FULLturama madness!
   
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Thank you all who follow this build and more important, the brands who believe in it: Bitspower International Co., Ltd, Antec Europe, Kingston Technology, Mayhems Solutions Ltd, ECS Elitegroup, Aquatuning Portugal, Alphacool, Phobya, ZOTAC, Koolance and BitFenix.

Hope you like it, this are the last photos:










   
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For sure more Theme builds will come out from us!
   
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