This was mostly done on a Anycubic Chiron
Thank you! That means a lot :)
Get on it! :D
Awww thank you for that! She does go around like they don't exist at this point ha. At first she would say Wow when the lights would kick on. Not so much now lol
I get what you expect pretty much. The LEDs don't put off much heat since I keep the brightness at a reasonable level.
So far its been really good. I haven't had any issues at all. Sorry I didnt get back to you, didnt see this until now
Thats a pretty clean build!
I do not have anything public at the moment
Here a log on the process
Thank you :)
Future proofed a bit. It will be easy for future upgrades for sure
Got one that plugs into the wall. No need for refills XD
Thanks! Which of your builds is the watercooled one? I'll check it out :D
Thats awesome! I designed this on tinkercad so you're already doing better then me with a heavier CAD program :D. I prefer to use a 3D pen to connect 3d printed parts together. Heres a build log of how I made this one, it might help you to see how its done: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?110223-Build-Log-ColorFalls-A-RGB-Wall-Hanging-3D-Printed-Case-by-8-Bit-Builder
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Thanks! That means a lot!
I appreciate that :). I started 3D printing about 2 years ago and I never looked back. Its limitless potential with what you can do with printing! The LEDs were a little time consuming but I don't mind it to much.
I have 2 other 3D printed computer cases on my profile if you want to see some other ones.
Oh boy the memories of that.
Thank you! I appreciate that :)
Thank you! I appreciate that a lot! I plan to bring my older builds that were similar style to the black mage on here. (White Mage, Airship, Link, Baron Nashor, Etc).
Final Fantasy Tactics is my favorite game so I can respect this. Thanks for the compliment!
This was Showdown LAN in Peoria, IL. I believe it was the last one they had.
Thank you, you're a great commenter in the community :)
I am married at this point so I think it worked!
Definitely a blast from the past. I forgot about that shirt ha.
I was having a hard time finding all my email receipts that had the components so not too sure what the prices were at this point. It would be cool. I'm going to post more of my builds I did through out the years and will see if I can get more accurate cost of the parts back then.
Thanks! Its a long video, I've since between making them shorter with my newer mods. I have a video for each of my mods.
thanks! I'm planning on putting up all my builds over the years on here.
I had to show these other modders what a mod looked like back in the day XD
Probably not well at this point ha. It's been in my basement for years...
Probably all it can run at this point ha.
It was probably 60lbs with all the pc parts in it. The hat comes off to help for moving and taking a little bit of weight off. I just recently in the last year started 3D printing my new cases and they are way lighter!
Thats awesome that someone from that long ago recognizes this. I was going through my old harddrives and found my old photos and decided it would be a cool throwback to post this! I feel old looking at the photos now ha. I'm mainly 3D printing my pc cases now but keep the same theme. Thanks for sticking around on YT!
Let us not forget from whence we came!
I hope, It would be one last hurrah for this case!
I played a black mage in FFXI and always enjoyed the character in previous FF games. I did really like 8-Bit Theater though and posted it on the forums back then.
Ha, its so odd looking at that photo and seeing the CRTs
Mods probably didn't see it unfortunately.
Just seen this, Unfortunately it did not get featured :(