Most likely they used double-sided adhesive mounting foam. They could also have used a glue of some type. I've used foam tape on all of my windows and it works great.ShaolinDragon said:Nice case, good window job, but I dont see any ribets or molding, how is it stuck in?
If you get the right tape and clean the surfaces properly, it's very sturdy. Personally, I use something the r/c industry calls "servo tape". You can also use 3M molding-mounting tape that's designed for use on cars.ShaolinDragon said:Hmmmmmmm, for my window in my Praetorian I was planning to get at christmas, I was gonna use H molding, but I might use double sided foam tape. By the way, is it a good solid connection or if I push the window will it just fall off. If it does H molding seems to be better for if I was moving the case around alot.
Mr. Miyagi said:Flacon-NW has them for about $3000.
undertheradar said:That could be the 111 as well...similar in almost every detail...but it could help in your search. In fact...Im not even sure what the diff is...
i looked at that, but i cant stand the look of aluminum cases w/ plastic driveswwparrish said:Ok, I KNOW this case is not in the same league, not even close, but it does have the same kind of "look" and seems decent quality. Shame it does not have the door. $80
Just tossing out a low cost alternative.
I love stealthed drives more than i love doors, i would buy the kinwin if there were drive bay covers for it.undertheradar said:Why? Cuz Lian Li and Cooler Master have those new cool stealth bay covers. They work like a charm. No more problems...and they even open and close themselves.
are you sure about that? The 110 and 111 look identical on the outside and in...nothing like the wavemaster. I thought the 111 was an EATX version of the 110. Besides, the 110+111 have 4 fans each...the wave has 3.
It seems each version of the 110 and 111 has different dimensions...slight configuration variations...thought it might help.