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Making a case for experimentation...

Posted 07-25-2009 at 04:09 AM by Shingoshi

I have my case for success!
I posted this earlier on another forum (http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1428264) where I'm tracking the progress of this somewhat exceptional build. For background, read the rest of my posts in Extreme Measures. That should fill you in on everything.
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So the Pelican 1780 Transport case finally arrived (late Friday evening @20:00). It was probably the last delivery of the day. But I got it!

I'm just taking the time now to assess what all I can do with it, and how and where I will place things inside of it. While being large, it's still is going to be a very tight squeeze to get everything inside, while being able to service any parts freely. But I'll get it done. Now, it's just a matter of appreciating this one step.
It's now early Saturday morning. I've had some time to look over the case. As I stated in my quoted comment, I have a lot of work ahead of me. I already realize that some ideas have to be changed to fit the actual dimensions of this case. But none of that is bad, since the only thing that matters here, is that it works. So I have to take my time and carefully plot each step that must be taken, and the order in which to do them. Most of what I will have to do is assemble the parts into a unitized structure, and install them in prefabricated groups. Any major repairs will require careful disassembly. The fit of everything will be very close. There will likely be little if any space left over when all is said and done. So I will spend the weekend just looking this over, and making decisions on what to do next.

Shingoshi
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