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Posted 23-07-2010 at 06:14 PM by eva2000
Updated 24-07-2010 at 12:30 AM by eva2000

SYF_Karma posted his bench table designs at http://i4memory.com/f15/benching-table-24606/. This inspired me to play with Google SketchUp 7.1 - learning curve for 3d stuff still figuring it out. But here's my first attempt



Add some 3 inch castor wheels hehe







This 3D CAD stuff seems fun

Added motherboard tray, extra hdd rack and something extra





Added 4x 120mm fan radiator, 2x MCP655 pumps and extended height of mobile bench desk





This 3D CAD stuff is addictive LOL. Added a slide out keyboard tray with back end of tray able to store loose items like screws, cables, usb drives etc tec. Also added the side screw clamps which hold radiator in place - this allows for various dimension radiators to still be secured. Moved twin MCP655 pumps to line up with top panel cut out to feed water cooling tubes through as well.









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  1. Old Comment
    Looks great eva. I like the bottom one.
    You need to make it high enough so that you don't need to bend down and do your back in.
    Been meaning to make one myself but yours looks better than what I had in mind.
    Posted 24-07-2010 at 03:17 AM by Alba Alba is offline
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    Thanks mate. Yeah depends on how tall you are

    10 PCI slot version





    Posted 24-07-2010 at 07:11 PM by eva2000 eva2000 is offline
  3. Old Comment
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    10 PCI slot version for those that aren't 4 feet tall. Added cabinet below for storage i.e. memory modules, video cards etc tec.





    Posted 24-07-2010 at 08:10 PM by eva2000 eva2000 is offline
    Updated 24-07-2010 at 08:19 PM by eva2000
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    Latest version of 10 PCI Slot bench desk table.





    Tried Indigo Renderer free version and this is what it came out like near default settings.

    Posted 25-07-2010 at 12:38 AM by eva2000 eva2000 is offline
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    Now that's what I'm talking about, looks fantastic.
    Posted 25-07-2010 at 02:31 AM by Alba Alba is offline
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    Thanks

    Still using Indigo Renderer free version limited to 0.7 Megapixel resolution.

    Posted 25-07-2010 at 06:40 AM by eva2000 eva2000 is offline
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    Tweaked the bench desk a bit more, added lowered grove area on top - prevents alls those screws and small items from rolling off the desk Added some curves into the design.

    This is rendered in Kerkythea 2008 which is totally free Just need to work out how to orbit, rotate the item in Kerkythea heh.





    Posted 26-07-2010 at 02:02 AM by eva2000 eva2000 is offline
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    Started my 2nd design, something a bit more simplistic. Only problem is having a hard time figuring out proper and consistent lighting direction in Kerkythea 2008 when I render it

    EVGA SR-2 ready with slide out motherboard try rails



    Posted 27-07-2010 at 01:12 PM by eva2000 eva2000 is offline
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    Well with the slide out motherboard tray rails, makes it easier to swap out the EVGA SR-2 motherboard tray for E-ATX one

    Posted 28-07-2010 at 11:45 AM by eva2000 eva2000 is offline
 

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