Yuugou Computer Case

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Project by Greensabbath posted 1427 days ago 4222 views 49 times favorited 16 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is my third computer case build. It features watercooling, an aluminum skeleton and a maple and koa shell that I joined with Japanese hand tools. The wood case has not a single drop of glue or any screws yet it can be completely taken apart.

-- Nick, Falzone,

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#1 posted 1427 days ago

Any info on how corner joints work?

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#2 posted 1427 days ago

beautiful work. now i wanna build a case for my case!

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#3 posted 1427 days ago

That is fantastic awesome great fit and finish and a unique concept. Very well done.

-- donald mee

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#4 posted 1427 days ago

great idea! never seen anything like it

-- -erik & christy-

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#5 posted 1427 days ago

Welcome to LJ and thanks for posting this great looking case. I’m with Dyno360 – How do the tenons cross through each other?

-- Cal Noguchi

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#6 posted 1427 days ago

Nick, Welcome to LJ.

You’ve done a VERY nice job on the design AND with the execution. Could you possibly tell (or show) how you get into it for maintenance? Thanks in advance.

-- Backer boards, stop blocks, build oversized, and never buy a hand plane--

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#7 posted 1427 days ago

Nice case! I would also like to see how the corner joints are put together!

-- Praki, Aspiring Woodworker

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#8 posted 1427 days ago

I love this! I too would love to know more about the construction side of it. Very, very cool!

Welcome to Lumber Jocks Nick!

-- Dan ~ Texarkana, Tx.

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Greg The Cajun Box Sculptor

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#9 posted 1427 days ago

Very nice computer case. Very classy.
I have never seen one made of wood before..and water cooled? I never knew that anyone put radiators in computers also…or is that your idea?

-- Every step of each project is considered my masterpiece because I want the finished product to reflect the quality of my work.

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#10 posted 1426 days ago

Now that is one real sweet computer case….very well done.

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#11 posted 1426 days ago

Never even thought about making something like that, just incredible. Welcome to the Jocks.

-- Bill - "Freedom flies in your heart like an Eagle" Audie Murphy

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Dan Lyke

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#12 posted 1426 days ago

Like it! Now regretting that my computers are all stashed way underneath desks, ‘cause I’d put something like this in the middle of the room!

-- Dan Lyke, Petaluma California,

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#13 posted 1426 days ago

Thanks for the warm welcome guys. As far as the construction goes, to see how the entire thing was done, you can just go here but I will post some pictures as well.

The joint is essentially a mortise and tenon with a mortise cut into the tenon and another tenon that locks into it. This is what it looks like outside of the vertical member:

One of the “tenons” that you see is actually a plug. This is the view looking into the joint:

The tenons:

Thanks again!

-- Nick, Falzone,

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#14 posted 1425 days ago

Totally Awesome!

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Dennis Zongker

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#15 posted 1420 days ago

WOW! That is incredible. Great job. Welcome to Lumberjocks.

-- Dennis Zongker

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