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by matt3o Jul 31, 2017

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Summary
2017-08-01 UPDATE
Print Settings
I made some update to the corners and the frames so they now fit regular M2.5 nuts (I was
using very low profile nuts before). If you downloaded and/or printed the previous version you
probably have to use M2 screws/nuts.
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Project Goal
REPORT THING Consumer grade 3d printers have a working area of about 200x200x200mm. Usually a little
more, but they rarely reach 300mm on any side. The first goal is to create a series of modules
that can be printed on any consumer grade 3d printer, ie: each piece should be max 200-
Tags 230mm on any given side.

Secondly, printing a whole case in one shot would take hours (possibly 15+) and if something
computer computer_case itx MiniITX goes wrong you'd have to throw away the whole piece and start over. With my system you can
print each piece separately and if printing fails you'd have to redo only that piece.
pc_case pc_master_race SFF_PC
Thirdly, modularity. Once you have printed 8 corners you can reuse them for all your future
SFX_power_supply
projects. Say you want taller CPU cooler, just print the z-frames compared to having to reprint
everything.
Design Tools Lastly, ease of prototyping. A system like this is faster to prototype, I only have to print one
piece at the time to check if it works (20mins to 3hours per each piece).
OnShape
My rig
License The project started because I wanted to build a very specific case. One with great cooling
performance and that could host an SFX PSU, a decent GPU and a good CPU cooler. The
result I believe is the smallest case you can do fitting those parameters.

Components
3D Printed mini-ITX case
Motherboard: asus rog strix z270i gaming
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matt3o is licensed under the
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CPU: i7-7700k
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GPU: MSI Aero GTX 1060 6G
PSU: SFX Corsair 450W
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SSD: 512gb Samsung 960 Pro



Find the Onshape project here


https://cad.onshape.com/documents/375687fa6e35a5d8010306d8/w/e4c18ec0ef899232da68c1de/e/



You also need 2.5M screws and nuts, 3M threaded inserts and 3M screws if you wish to add




the side panels. Of course you need a PSU extension power cable too.

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Print the frames and the motherboard supports with at least 50-60% infill. The PSU rig is fine
Makes with 20-30%.


Use ABS for the PSU and the motherboard supports! Everything else should be fine with PLA
but I would probably print everything with ABS.

Frames and motherboard support should be at least 0.2 layer height. The PSU rig 0.35 is fine.

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