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PostPosted: Sun Jun 27, 2010 6:41 am 
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Sorry for the delay guys. my life came down on me with finals and graduation etc.

I had the pattern applied by Tarjac. A company that applies all sorts of patterns to odd shaped things (mostly guns)
www.tarjac.com

they use a unique water transfer method in which they print and float the ink onto a liquid and dip the object into it. Other than that the process is top secret.

When we went to pick up the parts and told them it was for a computer case they said: "It's really going to work?"


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That case looks sick, nice job! I was wondering about the camo paint job as well, where did you get it, the cost, and the like?
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I also found a way I will be able to put digital camouflage on the outside of the case without paying a bloody fortune for an airbrush job.


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just read the post above yours, but I dont mind repeating myself.

I had the pattern applied by Tarjac. A company that applies all sorts of patterns to odd shaped things (mostly guns)
www.tarjac.com

they use a unique water transfer method in which they print and float the ink onto a liquid and dip the object into it. Other than that the process is top secret. They won't let anyone take pictures inside their building

Putting the pattern on everything cost surprisingly little. About $75

heres the outline of all the expenses for those curious about those

Aluminum sheet and tubing material: $200
Fasteners: $20
Laser cutting: $200
Welding: $125
Performance-PCs.com hardware: $300
7in USB MIMO monitor: $200
Acrylic and plexi for front and side panels: $121
Digital camouflage pattern application: $75

total: about $1241


Here is a new pic from the front with the lights out. The program on the USB monitor is MSI afterburner hardware monitor showing info on my 5970

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