Working Title ExoSkeleton Me and my buddy starting thinking about our own casemod. My Buddy SqUed is great with with iron and has always good input and solutions. Together we decided to build a new case for me, from scratch. Transport of the case will be easy. We bought ourselves an American Audio ABS DDR-4 flightcase 4 HE[/b]. That was our first limitation. It had to fit in this flightcase for transport to lan-parties. Hardware Hardware which will be used (it’s currently in my own game-pc: -MSI G41M-P21 -Intel® Core™2 Quad Processor Q9550 -4GB RAM -MSI HD6870DC -Corsair 120GB SSD -Corsair H50 waterkoeling -Coolermaster 600Watt PSU Silent Pro M As you can see, minimal in it’s hardware as well. So no dvd player, 3,5inch harddisk etc. Global Idea at start of project -Should fit in our flightcase and should be easy to put in and out. -SSD will not be visible and will come together with the PSU in the bottom of the case. -Cablemanagement -Led lighting with led controller to adjust colour of light. -Case will black non shining. First drawings for the impression: Idea is to work with iron bars, that will go through halfway the case at both sides. In the double bottom the PSU and SSD will be located. On top of the PSU/SSD cover will be the motherboard. A detail what we want to do with the PSU cover. We want to use metal shields to cover the PSU-box. Update 1 First we created the bottom, using 20mm metal studs. They have been cut open and soldered together with silver. Soldering the bottom frame. Bottom getting into shape. This is the bottom view. Fits like a glove, after polishing and sanding. Polishing, probably this will be matte black with some power coating. Putting the PSU on the bottom. You see that we have narrowed down the bottom frame in order to get the PSU to fit. In the bottom a hole will be drilled for the PSU. If we unscrew the bottom plate, only the bottomplate will be come loose. All other elements will be fitted to the top part of the frame. Some additional pictures.