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Computer Case Tutorial

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Select every second row of edges and scale them out until you have something like this:

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Create the hole by using a 8 sided cylinder

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Place the cylinder where you think your hole should be and then select the main body of the CD-rom. Go to create/compound objects/Boolean/pick object B and select the cylinder this will create a nice hole in which by using another cylinder you can make the inner side.

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After you are done just add a smooth modifier.

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Using the techniques you learned create the place for the floppy.

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Now create the ON and the Restart button with the little lights under them and delete the polygons that we will use to create a grill.

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In the place of the deleted polygons create a rectangle and a lot of circles which will be the holes of the grill. Attach all the circles to the rectangle.

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