|Project by Chris||posted 01-13-2013 10:50 PM||1330 views||3 times favorited||6 comments|
This was something I made about 6 years ago. I should have posted pictures when it was empty but forgot. It’s all hickory on the outside and 1/2” plywood on the back, bottom etc… I used smoked glass for the door panels so that the remote would(wood:) work with the doors closed but the electronics could not be seen as easily. The glass affects the remote signal a little. If I had to guess 20% less signal strength. The inside is painted black also to hide the interior. Each section has a vent embedded in the bottom and on each shelf for air flow. Each section also has a 120mm dc fan. One section the fan run 24/7 because the devices in there do the same. It has a thermistor and a rheostat to adjust for heat etc… The PS3 fan runs off the USB port so if it is on then the fan runs. You get the idea. The back wall of the cabinet is about 4” inset from the edge. This part has been very useful. I can route all of the cables externally there. It keeps the clutter outside of the cabinet but hidden from view. I just leave enough cable inside the cabinet to pull out the device.