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-- Putting it all together
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    So far I have shown you that the case is made from 8 main components. Next you will see how it is put together and how it looks assembled.

    First off, the case is held together using brass nuts and bolts, and clear acrylic cubes. Here is what they look like: (Top Down) brass plug, brass bolt, and brass standoff; Corner block with brass nut inserts; one of the nuts in the motherboard tray; large brass nut in an acrylic panel.

    The case took me about 40 minutes to assemble and to photograph. I would guess to get the 8 main parts assembled, for someone with decent  tool skills, it would take about 15 minutes.


    Here is the case with the rear portion completed followed by the front portion and the completed case.

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