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Nuka Cola PC

by themitch22 Aug 31, 2016
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Very Talented. Love it

This is so incredible. I plan on trying to build one myself and many thanks for sharing the files. Would you mind also posting the video loop? And if not, how that video loop was created?

My friend Heather created it (In After Effects) I think. https://twitter.com/NezuDraws/status/785513708621443072

I won't release the source without her permission but I'll ask, I'm sure she'd appreciate the attribution.

I'm kinda new to computer building and I saw your parts list and was wondering, what kind of games can your play with those parts

Most modern games at 60+ fps. I'm not sure if there's a short 7" version of the gtx1070 available but that would blow this one away.

i'm printing on a I3 at 50mm/s @ .3mm hight, but only have a 200x200 build plate so had to cut the front into 10 sections..
Will post pics once glued together

The geometry might change slightly because of the gaps between prints, I had to adjust some of the screw holes in the acrylic laser cut SVG to fit and did a lot of sanding before gluing.

about 90 hours of printing done, just finished the front piece lol

Awesome! I printed my parts on a PolyPrinter 508, it was averaging 150mm/s so it didn't take that long, I'm sure your prints will look a lot cleaner though.

thanks, will give it a try

Just chopping this up in Netfabb now ready to start printing tomorrow

Awesome, I would like to see how it turns out. I didn't really go into detail about how the mini-ITX components are mounted. I basically printed 3 x motherboard stand offs, screwed standard standoffs to the printed holes, and also 1 x PCI-e standoff which has the dual slots for the graphics card. I basically CA glued the standoffs to the acrylic where it would clear the tabs and the 80mm fan holes. The mid-panel acrylic gets sandwiched between the front part and the main body, the holes should line up.

I would definitely recommend you print with like 5 perimeters and top/bottom layers so that the M3 threaded inserts have something to bite to.