Hello all! I am fairly new to this forum, so I would first of all say hi to everyone!
So to get to the bottom line. I am working on a project which is out of the ordinary. I've searched far and wide to find a computer case that would replace my ugly, bland and generic looking one. I found the right one for me
Being as that I am a drummer, and I only have two passions (one being a computer geek and the other being a drummer) I realized why not put two and two together to make ...four? All jokes aside, I figured out that making a computer case built out of a floor tom drum would be the perfect idea!
So, I have the floor tom shell (it measures 15" in diameter, with a depth of 14". I have all the necessary pieces for it to turn it from just a blue cylinder into an actual drum. With some modifications, of course.
So the way I see it, I will have all the necessary components inside the drum, along with approximately three or four fans to help keep it cool. The only problem I'm faced with, is that I can't seem to figure out how to mount everything inside the drum! I was thinking about using 1/8" steel threaded rods to do the trick, but only to find out that the internet is completely empty when it comes to such measurements. I don't want to buy thicker rods because I would have to use a drill in order to make the motherboard openings bigger -- voiding my warranty.
So I thought "why not come to a site where I can ask all the right people about modding the proper way" and hence I stumbled in here.
I'm absolutely open to any and all ideas! Even feedback on the case idea.
Thanks everyone! :mrgreen: