Luxury Custom Wood Computer Cases
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First, a word about my setup: I use my computer for everything. It’s connected to a large LCD TV screen and I watch movies, TV programs, surf the internet, send emails, design new stuff and even write this article with it. So, as versatile and central to what I do, it needs to get attention once in a while. I do regular upgrades, usually every 1-3 years, depending on my needs.
I’ve also built a few cases to hold hardware for years, trying to find a better solution all the time. My last case is very good – marriage with metal frames and wooden exterior, but appears in several areas now. While a few years ago, I made a 6 channel amplifier to drive the three-way active speaker. Upon completion, I had no place to put it, so I made a “temporary” stand, constructed from pieces of particle board and nailed together. I thought it would be fine until I found time to build something better. Three Years later, the rough box is still there. Stand up, in all its glory.
The white arrow to my computer in the ‘naked’ state – has been removed for upgrade and never re-installed. So, the recent computer upgrades made me think of a new case and I got the idea that the best place for my computer is inside the stands. It may seem a bit out-there, but the more I consider it, the more I like the idea. There will be some advantages to doing so, with no real bottom side, which I can see. It can be fitted to fit a standard-sized furnace filter to clear the incoming air. Among the usual maintenance routines for my computer is bringing it to my store and blowing that heavy dust off.
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This can be avoided if all incoming air is filtered first. In addition, there is plenty of space to add components (such as hard drives) and everything can be set for cooling and better access. I love the idea of two goals for using one thing for two tasks – a computer hiding inside a desk! Spend some time with SketchUp, to get the basic shape and compile the details. This is the front view, the square on the front panel is an open door to access the power switch, DVD drive and card reader / USB port. Once these things are hidden cleaning the unit, and since I rarely turn off the computer or use a DVD drive, this is not an inconvenience.
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