Introduction: (I cant seem to open this thread in the worklog section, mod to move please?) A member of OCAU approached me about a custom build and I was kinda busy so I only accepted under the condition that I build most of the case with my laser cutter. Sounds strange but I like designing on the computer and if I can bring my computer creations to life with a laser cutter in a unique way then thats awesome yeah? The client basically wanted a cross between a Lianli and a silverstone TJ07, mixing those two in the blender wasn't that difficult. After consulting, I came up with the final sketch. After realising that I didnt actually have a process for producing cases from laser cutters, I decided to reorganise my room so I could actually design and cut whilst keeping my main computer functioning. I got all the acrylic I needed and yes, I bought bulk! The name of the case is venom and the client wanted a green that would suit his nvidia chipset and gfx, I happened to find a really nice one. Ah cast acrylic, good stuff, the quality is amazing. I got to work on the frame of the case, the grub screws managed to blend in fairly well and held the pieces together like glue in my test run. Nice sturdy frame, spot the grub screws To be honest, its all laser from here on in so ill be sticking into autocad in a big way till the new laser tube arrives. For anyone wondering, the case is 1cm wider than most lianli cases, its a 22cm wide case and that allows for a tiny bit more room for cable management which is always welcome. Until next time.