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Computer Case Tutorial

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Now place the fans in the places you see at the picture and create the metal circles which protect the fan.

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It is time for the bolts. Place them as in the pictures

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Finally for the little "legs" of the case start from a cylinder

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and do something like that

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Put the "legs" in place and we are ready.

If you render now you will have something like that

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