My passion for modifying computer cases goes back to my first pc ever. Like making lego cases for it in my early years/
Since then i went to think on more touch looking case designs and made some a reality with my dad.
Though, since i came across the concept of 3D printing, i am looking to use that with more knowledge on good designs that fit my needs (which is more focussed on airflow and sleek designs these years)
What started as a simple mod for better looks on my old Asus Vento TM-811 case ended up being a dedicated implementation of my ideal PC case.
The first step was getting the plans done, including 3D model to get a idea of what the mods will be.
At first i settled on :
After some rethinking and front panel design iterations i thought:
"i can fit 2 140mm fans in the front of the case if i play nicely with the things i have"
So, i did design that as a custom, yet minimalist front panel for the case.
While not complete or accurate enough to print for now, it shows what i want to achieve.
The standard front of the Antec VSK2000-U3 has way to less air intake for most uses, so i designed a custom one to allow much more air intake in a sleeper style design.