It's time to PUNISH a MOD out in honor of The Punisher
I think the Thermaltake Urban T81 is a excellent Full Metal Jacket for this MOD.
Urban T81 Case by Thermaltake
DPS 850W PSU by Thermaltake
CPU sponsored by AMD
Motherboard sponsored by Gigabyte
Memory sponsored by Crucial
Video Card sponsored by NVIDIA
CPU Water Cooling sponsored by EKWB
My Concept is a few mods using a new skill and tool I recently gained access to, the epilog laser.
From this idea to the MOD. Let's Fire things up and BURN something.
Me loving the Laser Tool, Don't tell the Floor manager I'm without my Shop Glasses
The hard part of using the Laser is not operating or learning how to use it.
Secret is it's not much more complicated than operating a simple printer.
It's all in the Graphics. Raster, Vector, Print Shop, Photo Shop, Corel Draw, JPG, BMP, CDR...
The laser works with an image and burns or cuts based on the image intensities and power settings.
This image was taken down to 2 colors, re-traced and set for 600 DPI, 100% speed and 75% power.
Mistake is made was the speed/power was too high and melted the image as it etched it. For a acrylic reactive image
you want a clean etch not burn. Burn eliminates the refraction and light catching effect. I'll fix that later on.
The side Acrylic panel Etched with this Image
DIG THIS! Love it! Need to use it! Let's try the upper intake grill.
Not bad. Kinda light, the metal under the paint is not bright but more on the dark side.
Light testing and no happy. I knew with the melting image problem it would not be good. SO I need to solve this.
VERY CAREFULLY, Like painting with a brush I used some 800 grit sand paper in all kinds of shapes and sizes to scuff up the Image.
Something missing on the top with the Image being so dull, let's light it up!
This could of come out very bad or very good. The trick is alignment and spacing. I like how it turned out.
The Frank Castle Be On the Look Out BOLO wanted poster laser etched.
I was so worried that the detail would not be readable and it ended up more fine and nice than I ever hoped for.