Loc: Florida, USA
I've started again on the lego case project. I found my missing legos yesterday in the attic.
I have been drafting some plans again for the case and overcame some problems on the last set of plans. Also i'm going to make the power supply external since the power supply is one of the hottest devices in the system and also it will help slim down the case size.
I found a nifty program for Windows and OSx called LEGO Digital Designer. I've been using it to get a idea on the build of the case.
Loc: Cyberspace Sector USA
Oh man, couldn't you just see your friends looking twice at the Lego case?
Here's an idea: buy some parts for the Lego Dacta system, like bumper switches and light blocks, and the wires to go with them. Then, modify the wires so you can connect the switches and the lights to motherboard. Just an idea.
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