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Old 15th June 2004, 10:44   #1
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Default Orac³ -- Not Your Everyday Casemod

This very stunning casemod by G-gnome is quite popular, for our local readers I will try to add most his gallery pictures here as a local mirror

The full story from Birth to Finishing can be seen at Bit-Tech

G-nome has finished his amazing Orac case mod, which looks absolutely stunning." An excerpt from the site: "Ever since I saw the first series of Blakes 7 I have wanted my own Orac. For those that don't know, Blakes 7 was a late 70s/early 80s British Science Fiction series and Orac was this intellectually snobbish, difficult and incredibly brilliant computer, hand built by an eccentric scientist. The special effects were straight out of 60's Star Trek and a lot of the props were converted from (or later converted to) props from other classic BBC series such as Doctor Who and The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (where the Bambleweeny 57 sub-meson brain looks like it was made by the same bloke!)."

Part-1 From Power Suppy to Junction Box
http://bit-tech.net/article/114/

Part-2 From VFD to Front Bezel Switches
http://bit-tech.net/article/116/

Part-3 From DVD Drives to Radiator
http://bit-tech.net/article/118/

Part-4 From Hard-Drive Rack to Pump Mods
http://bit-tech.net/article/119/

And now, for an in-depth look at what has been done since Part-4...part5: http://bit-tech.net/article/135/
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owke translated (sorry, just spent 1.5 hours in traffic going to antwerp alone, and I forgot my lunch)

I think the case is getting a bit too crowded. I used to follow the project with my jaws on the floor, but the end result isn't quite as neat as I had expected.
 
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