Yuugou Computer Case

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Project by Greensabbath posted 08-26-2010 05:04 PM 7487 views 54 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 08-26-2010 05:12 PM

Any info on how corner joints work?

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#2 posted 08-26-2010 05:18 PM

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

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#3 posted 08-26-2010 05:21 PM

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

-- donald mee

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#4 posted 08-26-2010 05:27 PM

great idea! never seen anything like it

-- -erik & christy-

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#5 posted 08-26-2010 05:43 PM

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 08-26-2010 05:54 PM

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 08-26-2010 06:14 PM

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

-- Praki, Aspiring Woodworker

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#8 posted 08-26-2010 06:38 PM

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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#9 posted 08-26-2010 06:39 PM

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?

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#10 posted 08-27-2010 08:16 AM

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

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#11 posted 08-27-2010 08:23 AM

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 08-27-2010 04:10 PM

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 08-27-2010 05:02 PM

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 08-28-2010 07:50 PM

Totally Awesome!

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Dennis Zongker

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#15 posted 09-02-2010 02:16 AM

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

-- Dennis Zongker

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