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Found this gem awhile ago and forgot to share it with you all. Looks pretty awesome! Anyone with access to a 3D printer want to try this out? Costs $10 for the 3D design though well worth it if/when it works out! Looks pretty awesome and the author seems active/nice enough to help out too.

http://www.cgtrader.com/3d-print-models/hobby-diy/electronics/full-printable-itx-case-mac-pro-2013-style

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very fine design. thanks for sharing. How much would that be, if I'd go to a shop?
the dimensions btw:

"External dimensions of the assembled case: 270mm height and 198mm diameter
Internal dimensions correspond to the specifications of the motherboard MINI ITX format"

 
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very fine design. thanks for sharing. How much would that be, if I'd go to a shop?
the dimensions btw:

"External dimensions of the assembled case: 270mm height and 198mm diameter
Internal dimensions correspond to the specifications of the motherboard MINI ITX format"


That is a good question. I've had no experience 3D printing anything.

I pulled this also from the site in case it helps someone with 3D printing experience to give a rough estimate on the price...

"The size and shape of parts are adapted for printing on a 3D printer with a maximum print area 200x200x200 mm

Printing Materials: ABS and PLA
Print time of ~70 hours
layer 0.22-0.24mm
speed 60-70mm/s
PLA - need ~1kg for all case shells and grills, top and bottom mount base (top grill, bottom grill and top cap detail printed with support structures)
ABS - ~150 grams for MB mount plate, HDD mounting frame and other details"
 
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It would be awesome if we could fit a GPU in there.
 
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That is a good question. I've had no experience 3D printing anything.

I pulled this also from the site in case it helps someone with 3D printing experience to give a rough estimate on the price...

"The size and shape of parts are adapted for printing on a 3D printer with a maximum print area 200x200x200 mm

Printing Materials: ABS and PLA
Print time of ~70 hours
layer 0.22-0.24mm
speed 60-70mm/s
PLA - need ~1kg for all case shells and grills, top and bottom mount base (top grill, bottom grill and top cap detail printed with support structures)
ABS - ~150 grams for MB mount plate, HDD mounting frame and other details"
Can you send us the picture of the model since i want to know how the case is designed and what i can get in there
 
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Why is it okay to recommend parts from big companies here but not from a member of this forum? I recommended a case here twice and it has been removed two times. If I had recommended a case from a big company it would still be there...
 

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Why is it okay to recommend parts from big companies here but not from a member of this forum? I recommended a case here twice and it has been removed two times. If I had recommended a case from a big company it would still be there...

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