3d printed mITX uh... "case"

Discussion in 'Cases & Case Modding' started by VanGoghComplex, May 9, 2019.

  1. VanGoghComplex

    VanGoghComplex [H]ard|Gawd

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    Will need to reprint with a different location for the DC jack, and need to do some cable management, but...

    hahahahahaha

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  2. VanGoghComplex

    VanGoghComplex [H]ard|Gawd

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    New version is printing. Thicker spires, triangulated support, fixed DC jack mount hole, power button icon, slightly relocated SSD mount.

    I wonder if one of the beefier PicoPSUs could manage a mITX Ryzen system with an APU...

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  3. arbitrary

    arbitrary n00b

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    This thing is amazing, I'd love to see how this would work with a full size gpu
     
  4. VanGoghComplex

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    As of now there's no mount points for one, nor for the PSU it would require. I could probably design it in, but it may detract somewhat from the SFF idea... XD

    Updated design printed:

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  5. elite.mafia

    elite.mafia Broke Back [H]

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    What material is that? Looks like copper but I'm assuming it's some plastic?
     
  6. pendragon1

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    its a display stand and pretty cool.
     
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    Yep, it's PLA - the corn-based, most-commonly 3d-printed plastic. It's just copper-colored.
     
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  8. Thevoid230

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    http://www.mini-box.com/picoPSU-160-XT
    Considering the 2400GE is only 35W, all from the 12v rail, I see no reason why not.