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    He's going to want to paint it, otherwise it'll make his 800D look like garbage.

    I used regular old carbide router bits for the inside cuts (following a pattern) and downward cutting spiral bit for the straight cuts (following a straight edge).
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    Spots, you going to mass produce these? I would like to get my hands on one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Spots, you going to mass produce these? I would like to get my hands on one!
    I'd love to have the opportunity to do a small run of these external cases. This case was ~$210. This shallower was ~$190:



    Or something entirely different (I have yet to build two cases that were exactly the same). Whatever you want, just let me know via PM.
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