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    Default [Intel NUC] The microprocessor Completed final pics!

    Hey guys,

    For a long time i've been wanting to make a small pc for the tv so when i saw the announcement of the Intel NUC/Bit-tech competition i thought i would send in a design and see how it goes. Sadly I didn't get picked for the competition but in the true spirit of modding i bought all the parts instead so i can still make a case.

    Background:
    When i first saw the Intel NUC and its small size i knew it would be perfect for my needs. When thinking of a design for the competition i started looking at Intel's old microprocessors and what they meant for the general public back in the days. These nuc motherboards are a bit of the same in my mind seeing they are quite powerful for their very small form factor. Anyways, enough of that

    This is the design i sent in for the competition. It has changed quite a bit but i don't have any better ones.


    Decided on a different version (still an i3) but with an wired network and no thunderbolt as i have no need for thunderbolt as of now and it was a bit cheaper


    Nuc, 8GB of vengence 1600 ram and a wireless & BT card from Intel


    120GB Kingston SSD


    Now that that is over lets start with the build pictures
    200x200x20mm piece of aluminum cut with a circular saw, worked a lot better than i thought it would.


    As i recently finished upgrading my homebuilt CNC mill/router i thought i would put it to the test during this build

    The Mill

    Took me a while with the electronics since im no electrician and don't have a lot of skills with it, luckily no smoke


    A bit of roughing with a 6mm endmill


    More pictures soon as i have gotten a bit further than this.

    Hope you like it and please drop a comment
    Last edited by Ace_finland; 03-10-2013 at 15:38.

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    Default Re: [Intel NUC] The microprocessor

    Interesting, waiting for more photos.

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    Default Re: [Intel NUC] The microprocessor

    Heck of a project. Also waiting for more pictures.

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    Default Re: [Intel NUC] The microprocessor

    Also waiting for more pictures, so far so good.

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: [Intel NUC] The microprocessor

    Looking forward to seeing more photos thanks for posting

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    Default Re: [Intel NUC] The microprocessor

    Thx for the comments!


    Forgot to post this in the first post but this is from where i got the inspiration, its not to scale since that would have meant making it very long


    Started with milling som slots for the air intake


    The air intake is done, and lowerd the tabs for where the nuc will be seated


    Bottom side, as you can see i left a few tabs so the piece wouldn't move while milling through the sheet. Just cleaned of the tabs with a file as they were only around 2mm thick


    For some reason i'm missing a lot of photos from milling the slots and the holes for the legs. But here are the slots


    Had to mill out a bit for some of the slots because they all connectors are not on the same line


    As usual something is bound to go wrong and while milling the slots for the connectors i forgot to zero the mill bit so all connectors are 1mm off to one side. That's why up in the right corner i had to make an extension bit for the motherboard


    Test fit of the powerhouse As u might have noticed the air intake is on the bottom side, i didn't want to have an air intake in the lid and making it this way i can get airflow through all components before leaving the case.


    Sneak preview of next update

    more updates coming soon

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    Default Re: [Intel NUC] The microprocessor

    Seem to get less and less time with modding every week but got a lot done during the weekend


    The acrylic, Not much about it yet but i still need to get the film of the die on it, but that will be in a later update. Not the greatest finish on it but needs to be as "frosty" as possible to spread the light evenly.


    The lid itself is just hollowed out on the inside, did a quick test fit to see if everything lines up. The lexan is slightly bigger than the aluminum. This might be because i removed the inner part first and then milled the outer profile, just give it a good sanding and it will be alright


    The second mystery hole is for a fan controller to adjust the brightness of the leds (so u know cheapskate )




    Time to give the case some legs , decided to go with m3 socket head screws so milled some 2,5mm holes


    Milling a few legs at a time, didn't wanna mill all in one go in the event none of them would fit.


    After finishing the leg cut outs i was thinking a while how i could chamfer the other side without using a file. So i milled out a pocket of the lexan where the legs fitted perfectly and then just jammed them in there with a plastic hammer and started chamfering. Worked a lot better than i thought it would


    The three stages of the legs and the final color i picked. Did not expect the gold color looking so good. usually u need to try all brands before finding a good one.


    All 12 legs milled and chamfered. Threading was a pain but eventually i got them all done. Had to use a normal one to get the start and made a custom flat end one to get it all the way to the bottom


    quick test fit to see how it looks.


    Next update coming tomorrow!
    The color i chose, same as the test bench i made last year. It's called fine black, a very light texture which makes it look very "oem". Def my favorite black. Looks very bumpy but it's due to the ridiculous cropping i did to not show the hole thing

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    Default Re: [Intel NUC] The microprocessor

    Looks epic, can't wait to see it finished

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Looks epic, can't wait to see it finished
    Thx PoLoMoTo!

    Time for another update,

    The lid painted


    Need to practice on taking photos, they all are the same color but look different in every photo




    Quick assembly to see what it looks like


    From the oven straight back to the mill


    First youtube video! Milling with a 1mm end mill to get as sharp edges as possible. The sound might be a bit loud so be prepared


    All done, Decided that the old intel logo would fit the build better than the new one. The first plan was just to do a slight pocket and paint it. After finishing the pocket i realized that it would not look like i wanted it to.

    So i came up with this, took a 2mm aluminum sheet, milled 1mm, chamfered all the edges and milled through the rest. As the pocket is 1mm deep and logo is 2mm thick it will be about 1mm above the lid. Also makes painting it a lot easier


    Some of the edges needs a clean up but it will fit after some convincing.


    Some paint after sanding and cleaning up the edges


    Gave the on/off button some paint at the same time


    Screws for the case


    Just had to try it, still needs a bit of fiddling but very happy i went down this road


    More updates coming soon!

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    Default Re: [Intel NUC] The microprocessor

    this thing is looking great

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    Looks awesome thanks for posting

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    Quote Originally Posted by fscrivy View Post
    this thing is looking great
    Thx!

    Quote Originally Posted by xelosia View Post
    Looks awesome thanks for posting
    Thx, and thx for commenting

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    One of the coolest little fabrications I have seen in a log time. Great work. Look forward to seeing more.
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    OMG. Love it.This is a cool build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    One of the coolest little fabrications I have seen in a log time. Great work. Look forward to seeing more.
    Cheers Cyberburnout!
    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    OMG. Love it.This is a cool build.
    Thx killjoyjim!

    Back with another update.

    Was thinking for a while on how to power the leds for the case. From experience in the last mod i did i saw better light spread with more leds and less intensity so i've decided to put quite a few leds in it and using a fan controller to adjust the intensity/brightness of them. I've seen others using the internal USB header but they won't supply enough power and the last thing i want to do is fry something. After doing some measurements i found out that the internal and external power supply is linked together, meaning as soon as i plug in the external power supply there's a constant 19V dc. From here i will use an 7812 voltage regulator to get the voltage down to 12V which i will feed into the fan controller to be adjustable all the way down to 0V.

    The 7812 Voltage controller. Now i realize this photo wasn't the best for scale


    Was so into the electronics i forgot to take more photos. But here its all done, tried to do some sleeving on it but was quite tricky when everything is soldered together. And the legs are painted had to leave the last bit of the led connection un-sleeved so it would flex enough
    The metal plate which has a bit of copper on it is the wireless antennas i took from the original nuc case, did not want to ruin them before i have tested that everything works


    The nuc installed


    On the left side you can see the 7812 Voltage regulator and kinda get a size on it, its tiny!


    Plugged in but not powered on, testing that everything works, no smoke!


    Added some leds to the lid, first thought was to glue them in the bottom of the case but seemed a lot easier to put them in the lid


    Soldering together all the strips


    More coming soon!

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    Lookin' great so far. Very intriguing build you have going on,........

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