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Modeling aluminum veneer

Modeling aluminum veneer

Modeling aluminum veneer

Modeling aluminum veneer
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Modeling aluminum veneer
Shape aluminum combines a variety of molding processes, aluminum veneer is the most difficult one shaped plate. We create a high precision molding board, the surface is smooth, sewn precision and can be customized plans to order and so on. Modeling aluminum with a unique shape to the building a refreshing visual enjoyment. From the tile, aluminum veneer, aluminum modeling, heritage and evolution all the way to reflect the innovation and pursuit of products; design and development of aluminum plate for the architectural design provides a creative design and visual feast, its birth will be The darling of decorative materials, is a challenge to the traditional process and a breakthrough! It is more commonly used high-grade commercial and residential building materials!


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bright and excellent quality materials. If you know how to set them up (follow instructions, you can have them set for just a few more bucks. you will need cable, junction caps, electrical tape or liquid electrical tape, or silicone (to protect the junctions from moisture). I bought timed-light sensitive switches and I don't have to turn them on or off, the switches do the work for me. materials after buying the LED lights (I bought 18 lights) run for less that $100 (again, that's the materials needed to make these lights work). I had LED that came with power supplies and didn't need assembly but hey only lasted a few months, so I got what I paid for (cheap stuff). I shouldn't have that problem now.
Everything I was wanting, just beat up in shipping,
I really enjoy this case, its very quiet and the placement of fans is great. Every fan location has a large slot to adjust up and down where the fan can sit. Temps are a little higher , but I'm running everything low to reduce noise. Compared to my NZXT case that sounds like a jet engine, its great.
xa0Huge fan of this case. First PC build in a long time and this made it a breeze. Cable management is superior and the 2 included 140mm and halos made the RGB craze snowball.
Great item works well needs better shrink wrap type connections to withstand boat type applications.
Lots of space for cable manegment on the left and so many choices for fan placement if you dont keep the sound proofing pads in, but with them in its practicly silent my old tower my my pc sound like a heli taking off.
Great product
I already purchased the acrylic window version of this case and wanted to get another for myself and went with the tempered glass version. The case has plenty of room for cable management behind the motherboard tray to hide all wires. The 'basement' hides any power supply wires while still showing the side of the power supply(if you want to show it off). There are dust filters on the intake and top of the case and also a filter for the power supply. There is room for water cooling radiators if that is what you want to do. It is a lot of case for what you pay, a real good value. The one drawback is the glass is tinted, so if you want to show off the inside you will need some accent lighting. Fyi, the acrylic version is not tinted. If you want good value and a clean looking build, this is a good choice. I highly recommend this case
Very Roomy Great Case for watercooling
Very quiet case with ALOT of room for expansion.
This case had everything I needed. Room for 6 fans, full size board, CD R/W, I have 3 SSD and 1 HHD installed, front, top and bottom filters. The side glass is framed which is nice. Air flow is no problem in this case. Has offset radiator top fan bracket, and reservoir brackets for liquid cooling.
I love this case and the price just makes everything better.
quiet as a mouse
Very powerful. was able to transmit a signal with the stock antenna all the way out to two miles in a wooded area. this completely exceeded my expectations in performance. if you plan to use it for indoor use (I bought it to have tv audio coverage all over my house), be warned that the fan is a tad bit noisey, so try to tuck it away or remote locate it in some fasion or another.
Works great. I was a little confused about setting it up as the included instructions weren't that great, but there are instruction videos on youtube.
Very well made. Lots of space and good airflow. Purchased an extra Phanteks 140mm fan and no problems running a 2700x. Only criticism would be the top fan/radiator pull out bracket. Its convenient but there are too many screws to take out when you need to change a fan. Otherwise a great purchase.
these water evaporators are the best
This product is great and easy to install for 2 people. The temp outside is 35 degrees and my garage is 58 degrees. We needed a new panel due to incorrect installation and marking. The CEO of the company was great and sent out new panels immediately. Wonderful to deal with.
Your average mild tempered case
Really love the case but got off to weird start. The mounting holes for the 3.5 drive just do not line up all the way. Could only use 2? across from each other.All four or even 3 do not line up even close? Spent so much time head scratching on that. The only other thing was the chassi fan in the back did not start. Glad for the top vent as could see it not moving. Turned it slowly and it started so will see if it starts after that. The removable mesh filters are too dense to let hot air escape in real time if things get warm to hot. Looks like old speaker grill mesh. But happy it comes right off. Lost an expensive Lenovo computer that used that and by the time I realized inside was burning up was too late and circuitry had been permanently damaged. What a DEAL
Use this transmitter for my Halloween and Christmas animated light shows.
This product is fantastic. Where we live very hot and humid summertime and when you step out in Garage feels like an oven. This insulation brought the temperature down by at least 15 degrees
I bought this case as the starting point for my first-ever PC build. I have to say, I love it! It's got a very subtle yet serious look about it, and the tempered glass window allows a good look at the insides which I spend time looking at more often than I'd like to admit. It has tons of room behind the motherboard for cable management and looks very clean. It easily swallows up my: MSI Z390 Gaming Edge RTX 2080 Founder's Edition DeepCool GAMMAXX GT CPU Cooler (5) Noctua NF-A14 Case Fans The only thing that I didn't like about this case were the included fans. My build is intentionally RGB-free so the blue-ring fan had to go along with the other included fan which moves very little air. This is excusable in my mind because increasing the number or quality of the fans would have undoubtedly increased the price significantly. (In total I have spent nearly $200 on CPU and case fans!) After much experimentation I ended up with 4 fans blowing air out the top and back and one on the bottom sucking in air and blowing it directly on my RTX 2080. This setup has served me well so far and examining the dust built up on the intakes on the front of the case (where I have no fans) it is definitely moving a lot of air. One other thing that I noticed is that the fact that this does not come with a power supply cover is not a bad thing at all. It allows you to install whatever size power supply you want and allows for up to two fans to be installed along the bottom of the case. All in all, I am very happy with this case and would recommend it to just about anyone building a PC.
already notice a difference in garage temps with this installed.
I have been a Corsair guy for most of my builds as I am a higher end system builder and gamer as well. I have always been impressed with the quality of Corsair builds. Now you ask, why do I give that intro...I will admit, I was a bit nervous about this case as I needed a smaller quiet case for a build and Corsair did t really offer what I was looking for. I gave it a shot and was so impressed by this case I purchased one for myself. I did change out all the fans. For my h115 I am using the noctua 3000rpm fans and for the 3 other fans I purchased the Corsair maglev fans. In my situation, it is fitting into a hutch area with a small amount of space for top and rear exhaust. It still performs very admirably. I am going to remove the feet and flip my psu for better overall airflow. I would recommend this case to anyone.
Great case overall but I did have a couple issues. First, it needed a rivet as one of the factory installed rivets was improperly installed. The second issue is that the masterfan pros that I chose would strike the case at full speed. IDK if that's a fan issue or a case issue but all I did was cut some clear tubing and use it as spacers to get the fans away from the case slightly. The psu window is incredibly annoying... There's no need to see the psu on both sides and if the sticker isn't sized, shaped, and placed correctly for the case it will look awful. So I removed the psu sticker. Overall it is a good case and I'd gladly buy it again.
This case provides plenty of room for cable management and a CPU water cooling unit. It also has a very sturdy look and feel. It has some quality-of-life features I rarely see on or in other cases, including the magnetic door, the padded walls, and the pre-installed front HDD fan. It also has 4 front USB ports, two of which are USB 2.0, so if you don't have a USB 3.0 compatible motherboard, that could be a godsend until you can afford to upgrade. My plans are to upgrade to a new motherboard and processor in about one month, but for now, I am happy to use this case with old parts. There are always some cons to cases, so I'll list a few I found: 1. The power supply slot is slightly smaller than I'd like. I had to use a lot of force to get my old CX600M to fit into the case enough to screw it in. 2. The front door could be more useful. It only serves as a protector or shield right now to prevent me from accidentally ejecting my DVDs. It could also be handy as an extra barrier to block noise. I think the door should have more functionality, though. Perhaps a temperature meter or a fan controller or just an optional opening to have such a thing added? As is, it's just a plain ol' door. 3. The case blocks some noise but isn't going to make your rig silent like its name, "Suppressor", suggests. I recommend using the included pads to add some smooshiness to the screws on the fans.
I was concerned when i purchased the case. i wanted the unsuspecting looks, but was concerned bout the airflow with such little vent space on the front. after installing 3 120mm static pressure fans. i can tell you that airflow is no issue at all. 10/10 looks 10/10 features 10/10 airflow.
I bought the case sight-unseen, so I was surprised by how large it is compared to other mid-tower cases. Other than that, the design and build quality of the case are second to none. The side panel glass is sculpted to the shape of the filters and outer aluminum shell, which is a detail that I have not seen on other cases. In addition, the only plastic I could find in the case was a few flexible clips used to retain the front and top panels--the rest of the body is either glass or metal. While this means the case is heavy, it also means it's durable and impressive to look at. There was plenty of room inside to tuck cables and hard drives out of the way, and there's a provision for a vertical GPU mount (which I didn't use). I put together an ATX Z390 build with an i9-9900k, OC GTX 1080, and Corsair H100i Pro, and cooling/space is no issue. Clearly, at over $200, this is not a budget case and won't appeal to PC builders on a budget. However, if you're looking for (in my opinion) the best looking case on the market with build quality to back it up, this is the one to get, and I recommend it without hesitation.
This does work and will increase winter temps in garage. Take your time installing and you will be happy
First off this case is bigger than you think it is, much bigger than previous mid-towers I've had. After getting over that I came to appreciate the extra room and being able to route cables around behind the motherboard for a really clean-looking build. One word of caution, if you plan to install a water cooler in the front that's more than just a single-fan radiator you'll need to remove the drive bays as they're too close to the front to fit the radiator; easy fix but I wish I'd known that in advance. Overall it's a great case. Solid, practical, and very nice looking. Glad I bought it.
There's no slots for optical drives, though for the price this is a great choice for general layout & quality of construction. The sides aren't as flimsy as some cases costing much more, additionally there's a lower tunnel to help separate the power supply internally, a feature normally reserved for much more pricey cases.
This case is almost on par with a Fractal for metal thickness and over all functionality minus the sound deadening material. It has loads of cable room, like a metric butt ton. I would pay $50 for a window and $60 for glass. Airflow should be decent.My one niggle is the HDD/SSD placement is a little odd but overall damn impressive for less than $40.
This is a good chassis... a really good chassis. But its not without its flaws. The good: - great airflow - looks great - solid design with minimal flex - really good cable management - flexible mounting options for fans and radiators - Comes with decent fans preinstalled - Internal optical drive mounting (just don't expect to fit a 280mm rad and an optical drive) - More than enough room for a larger heatsink The "bad": - radiator tray can vibrate and rattle when fans spin up - sound dampening could be a little better - Front and Top IO panel cable routing was not great in my case and the zip-tie trimming was really bad... I'd suggest taking a few extra minutes before starting a build in this case to take the top off and run the cables through the opening to the side instead of leaving it with the default routing. Its a lot of screws to get the top off, but not too difficult. - Phanteks logo had fallen off of the power supply tunnel. - Its a bit too easy to accidentally lean on the power switch when I need to hook something up in the back... to be fair this is probably more of a klutzy me issue than a case design issue. Overall: If you are looking for a solid chassis with a traditional look and the ability to mount an internal optical drive, this is a great choice. It's not a budget case (its also not a top tier case), but budgeting a bit more to get a quality case is often worth it when you consider its one of the parts that can easily survive 2-3 refresh cycles.
First, I absolutely love this case. It's solidly built and dampens noise well. Cable management is quite good due to the large number of rubber covered cable management holes. There are also ample filters, and you can mount up to a 140mm fan anywhere you can install a fan. It's also a very quiet case However, there are some things I cannot in good conscience post this review without talking about. 1. This case is HEAVY. This is due to the dense noise dampening material. If flying with this case, remove the side panel and place in separate bag to keep from desperate repacking of your suitcases 2. The PCI slot covers seem to be cheaply made. However, I am actually glad they cheaped out on these in order to keep the price down and focus on the other components. 3. There are no SSD only sleds. While this is not an issue, it would have been nice to have one in order to proudly display your SSD. 4. The PCI slot plate has rivets that protrude out about three millimeters above the slot cover screws. While it will most likely not be an issue for most people, if you intend to get an acrylic GPU brace such as the Emperor's Magic Universal Acrylic GPU brace, you will have to do a bit of filing to be able to install it. It took about two hours for me to do this. 5. There is no PSU cable hider. While most won't mind, it would have been a nice touch. 6. Cable management, although made easier with the rubber covered cable management holes, CAN be a bit difficult as the noise insulating padding does not allow for much clearance. PLAN YOUR CABLE MANAGEMENT. Seriously. This should take the majority of your build time. The side panel is flat. A bulging panel is not something to be desired. As a custom rig builder in an electronics repair shop, this is what I mainly focus on. An amateur makes a rat's nest. A professional hides his cables and plans his cable management. A fully modular PSU with flat cables is ideal. 7. There are only three Hard Drive sleds. Once again, this should be a nonissue, but if you want many hard drives, buy some more. Personally, I removed the sled cage and mounted my drives in the rear. A redeeming feature of this particular item is you can use each of the 5.25 inch bays to store either a single 3.5 inch Hard Drive or 2 2.5 inch drives (Laptop HDD's or desktop/laptop SSD's) That's it. I highly recommend this case to pretty much anyone wanting to build a desktop PC and has a basic understanding of building
This is a preliminary review, as I have not assembled it yet. I will update this over time. It's an awesome case. I like it. Not a scratch on it, good packaging, and everything seems high quality. The plastic front is tight to get off, but it's new too. The front piece is much better looking than I had assumed it would be. It looks like a dull black anodized brushed aluminum. You barely see the honeycomb filter with the front bolted on. Fan lighting would change that. The 2 screws that hold the right side panel on are slightly crooked, but not problematic. Just not perfectionist straight. The rubber gaskets that go on those 2 screws to keep from scratching the case look like a cheap afterthought. I might replace them with something that stays on the screw, like an o-ring or similar. My EVGA Supernova 750 G3 power supply is 6" wide, and the power supply window is 6-5/16" wide, so there is a 5/16" gap between power supply and right side of window, which I don't see being very important. But if your power supply is less than 6-5/16" long, be aware that you will see the back of the power supply. The 750 G3 sticker shows thru the window right side up, no matter which way you mount the power supply. The quiet fan saving switch on the back of the power supply clears the case by a good 1/4". So does the plug receptacle. No issues there. There is a made in China sticker on it. The back of the case and the basement ceiling have about 1/4 ventilation holes everywhere. And all the expansion card block off plates are also vented. The rear fan mounting is 120mm or 140mm, with a single white 3 wire 140mm mounted. The mounts have a 1.5" slot to move the fan up as much as 1.5" above where it comes stock. The basement front ceiling has a removable plate that's drilled for mounting water reservoirs, that can be removed to provide space for a radiator. I think a 240 or 280 AIO water cooler will fit without removing it. If you want to go bigger than that, you would remove the plate and the two 3.5 hard drives cage below. The hard drives come with 2 tool less removable plastic drive trays. There is also one SSD bracket and 3 SSD mounts included. There is a magnetic removable filter on top, a slide in filter under the power supply, and a large filter on the front of the case that stays snapped onto the front cover when you remove it. The filter is easily removed for cleaning. The wires have 3 velcro straps in back to keep the wiring tidy, and nice rubber foam feeling grommets in all the right places. The case backing plate is curved to a 45 degree angle where all the wires run thru those 2 vertical grommets, giving you just the right angle for the wiring. The glass is held on by 4 short thumbscrews. It mounts on to 4 rubber rings around the screw holes that align it and cushion it. It seems pretty durable if you're careful with it. There is 1/2" or so of black matte around the edge of the Glas, which hides the inside of the case where it mounts up, and helps with not leaving fingerprints on the glass when installing. There is a thin foam seal between the glass and the case. The right side cover is solid black steel, and is nothing unusual. It's not too thin or flimsy. It has 2 thumbscrews holding it in place in the back. It slides into slots, so the screws just keep it from sliding out unintentionally. Overall I really like this case. I don't think I would have liked all the white in the SE version of this case. I might add a second Phantek white fan in front, and may even put on the RGB rings like the SE has. I liked that part. I'm not sure yet if I'll need to buy the optional fan controller, until I start building the pc and see. I'll be putting a Ryzen 7 1700x in with a Crosshair Hero VI wifi motherboard. The box says this case will support a 420mm graphics card, or 300mm if the optional 3.5" extra hard drives are installed in the front. CPU cooler 194mm (7.6"). Memory clearance 68mm (2.68") Motherboard fan 48mm (1.89") So far, I really like what I see. And at 90 buckaroos shipped from Amazon Prime, it was a deal! With a few RGB lights, ram, and fan rings installed, this thing should really look good. Can't wait! Buy this case.
Not only does this case look extraaodinarily elegant it is very well constructed of quality parts. I was pleasantly surprised how easy the cable management properties of this case allowed me to position it as a very clean build. The included 140mm Phantek fans are extraordinarily quiet and their RGB fan frames make the case "pop"! The tempered glass side pane lends the case outstanding rigidity. The brushed "aluminum look" front plastic panel with inset screened fan cover simply "screams" quality product. The only minor "Con" I feel compelled to share is that the included tempered glass side panel attachment mechanism, four screws, is inadequate and betrays the cases' promised excellent operational functionality. That said, I highly recommed this product...
This is a great looking and very functional case. It does have 1 5.25 external expansion bay and that was important to me. The case was simple to build in and to manage the cables even for this first time builder. The tempered glass side is great looking. The top dust filter is magnetic and is easily removed for cleaning. It is a little wider than my previous desktop, so make sure that is not an issue for you. Mine is right at 9 inches wide across the top of the case. The case arrived well packed. The screws were not well labeled, but were easy enough to figure out. The motherboard standoffs were preinstalled and lined up perfectly with my Gigabyte Z270 Ultra Gaming board. I did use a Phantek fan hub for the fans and installed 2 additional Corsair fans, but I'm not sure that was necessary.
After weeks of searching around for a new case to build my custom watercooled loop in, I finally settled on this case. I began with the s340 elite, and as gorgeous as that case is, it simply wouldn't comfortably fit the custom loop I was dying to build. It was so tough for me to separate myself from the design of the s340 elite, UNTIL I found this case. It has everything I needed in a case- ample radiator space, ample gpu+reservoir space, ample space in the basement for pump and pump top, and more than enough room to run tubing all throughout. I highly recommend this case.
Perfect! The PSU shroud is bent a little weird and pops in and out if you push on it. I think it's just how it's screwed to the chassis. It's not noticeable with the naked eye unless you level your head with the shroud. I think if I re-screwed the shroud a bit it would loosen the stress on it. Overall, excellent case. Was able to mount my reservoir perfectly. Pic related.
Works great, just make sure u have a usb 3.0 header on your mobo since the front ports are 3.0. Just wish I would have gotten the lights that work specifically with this case. Maybe a future upgrade
A POS. No instructions, one of the stereo channels doesn't work, and the power fitting on the back had an intermittent short (unit would turn off/on if moved a little). First review I've ever posted. Edit. Upgraded to 3 stars. Vendor provided instructions and refund. Appreciated. Still need the function, so repurchased. The quality on music isn't very good, but for the microphone, which is what I need, it is just fine. We will see how long it lasts, but it is doing what I need it to do.
For what you pay for it, it's a powerful little machine. Even with using the supplied antenna indoors, I still get 3-5 miles of coverage on the high power setting. Audio quality is great. Can't confirm it, but it's almost like it has some built in audio compression as the signal sounds punchy, but not so punchy that it eliminates all dynamic range. Recommend you use a mixing board to better control audio levels and not use the mic jack and run it all through your mixer. Stable PLL response; never drifts. It does, however, send out a fair amount of spurs and effectively wipes out most other FM signals across the band for several hundred feet, which would make a station in an apartment setting difficult without using filters. As always, this transmitter is not approved for use on either power setting in the United States. I am based in a sparsely populated area, where the nearest field office is a couple thousand miles away, and FM reception in my area is very poor, so there is a need in my immediate vicinity for a good FM service. Only downside to this transmitter is that it makes me want to upgrade to the 15 watt unit!
Lovely case. Fantastically modular, awesome cable routing, nice sturdy feeling metal without being too heavy. Loving all of the filters and the roomy interior. My only complaint is that the front panel is just a piece of glass with four screw holes, so it's a bit scary taking that on and off. It looks gorgeous though, I just wish there was a lip or hinge.
Nice to find these online and can buy in bulk and save money. The old one was really dirty, glad a friend told me they need to be replaced periodically.
This case is absolutely beautiful and fits my giant Noctua CPU fan with plenty of room!
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I upgraded from a Thermaltake Armor Jr I had for around 10 years. This new case was fantastic and easy to work with. It's very sturdy and solid, but light at the same time w/o side panels. I mean, it's tempered glass and padded rear side panel add a little weight, but it's not too bad. I know the riser cables are expensive(ya right) but they could have included a controller for the included rgb fan which is around 10 dollars for that little gadget.
Unit transmits 1 mile in all directions. Better than expected.
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