So I started building Anima Mundi, a mATX cube built almost entirely out of acrylic over a year ago (the old project log is here, pictures are down). Life got in the way, as did a all my acrylic breaking during the painting process. Well I found a pile of acrylic that I had cut for my second attempt and decided to give it another go! This all took me about 3 hours start to finish, so I'm hoping to wrap the entire project up inside two weeks. Please forgive the pictures, they came off my HTC Mogul. New work bench I picked up from my neighbor for...NOTHING. Plus a whole pile of random acrylic pieces. Spare watercooling gear that's been kicking around. Some of it will be used in Anima Mundi. First cut completed. Drill press with a mill table and a bit from a Dremel. It's not the most...accurate...solution ever, but it does a damn good job considering the whole setup cost me less than $100. Radiators mounted. Because this will come up, a 2x120MM radiator wont fit, but 2 separate 120mm Black Ice pros fit just fine. From the back! Not a whole lot of extra space. Cut the PSU mount out. Combination of a circle cutter that will be pictured later and the earlier mentioned drill press + mill table + dremel bit combo. PSU mounted just to make sure everything fits. One screw hole is off, so I'm going to have to enlarge it slightly to make everything mesh. The PSU is a bit on the heavy side, so I'm thinking it needs a support shelf or something, I'll work on that tomorrow. That's an old Antec True Blue 480 that will probably find a new home in Anima Mundi. If that's the case, each and every wire will be a custom run, so no extraneous wires. Yeah for circle cutters! Adding a 120MM exhaust fan to the rear panel. The completed back panel. I still need to countersink some screw holes and clean up the acrylic edges. There is a slim chance that I'll need to toss a couple more holes in there for the motherboard tray, but we'll get to that later. And that's all I got done for the night. Not bad for only a few hours haha. The results of the circle cutter. Will only need a bit of polishing, nothing major. Straight off the drill press + mill table + dremel bit combo. Needs a little filing and sanding, maybe some flame polishing, but I haven't decided on that. This is off the good side of the table saw, and will need the most work. Lots of filing to be done! From the motherboad side of things. Possible pump location. Assuming I add a support shelf for the PSU, I would just slap the pump on the bottom and call it a day. To do for tomorrow: - Pick up some more 1/4 inch acrylic - Design and build the PSU support/ pump mount - Come up with some subtle lighting ideas - Design and build the HD mount (hoping to get three drives in there, but who knows) - Build the motherboard tray (I might need 1/2 inch acrylic, which would put a hink in things) If I get all that done I will consider the day a success.