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#195531 23-Apr-2016 05:35
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I have designed a case it's large built for water cooling and designed to prevent any leaks that might occur while water cooling from destroying your motherboard, ram, video cards, hard drives etc by being able to direct and store of to 13 liters of fluid away from those components.


Now I need to find out where I can get it manufactured while I finish the final draft of the cad documents - is there anyone who has had a computer case built from scratch in New Zealand? if so - where did you get it done?



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  #1539568 23-Apr-2016 10:59
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Thought about it, never did it : ). Google sheet metal product manufacturing / fabrication.

Maybe start by talking to these guys but imho the process of finding the best manufacturer will take time. The first prototype is going to be very expensive.

Another option is getting it CNC from blocks or sheets of aluminium. It is an expensive material but there are some advantages doing it that way.

Expect to iterate your design a few times based on materials and manufacturing advice.

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