CoolCaseMods, have they closed down?

  Mysticnas 09:52 13 Jun 2003


click here

the link above takes you to the CCM site. One of the services they offer is case modding. I got intouch by email about a bod i wanted doing. They told me to send in the design for a quote. so i mocked up a design as a jpeg and sent it to them. a week or 2 had passsed and no reply so i emailed him again, still no reply.

This time i emailed another person in the company who told me to send the design to him and that he'd do the quote. I did this and the same happened. I had to email him again a little while after to see what the status of my quote was. No reply.

I call and no-one answers. Whats going on?

Does anyone else know of another case modding service anywhere?


  Mysticnas 10:46 13 Jun 2003


  soy 12:35 13 Jun 2003

What case mod do you want to do?

  Mysticnas 13:38 13 Jun 2003

i have my own design that i need cutting into the side panel of my chieftec panel. Basically..

I tried to do it myself but couldn't becuase of 2 reasons:

1) The 2 parts of the design are too intricate for my skill level in cutting.

2) The work bench available to me is too small.

All i need done is the hard bit, the cutting, becuase the rest is pretty simple and i can do it myself. Fitting the chrome edgeing and window is a doddle.

  Mysticnas 14:00 13 Jun 2003

do you know someone who can do it for me?

I live in the southeast, in the Hertfordshire. I can mail my panel to places, but if i can find a local to do it that'd be brill.

  Mysticnas 14:59 13 Jun 2003

anyone know?

  Mysticnas 15:15 13 Jun 2003


  Pilch.... 16:38 13 Jun 2003

To see the design?

I may know of people that may be able to help

  soy 17:25 13 Jun 2003

I cut my own window to spruce up my Evesham PC. It was dead easy but then again, it was a simple square design.

If you have a complicated design, I would suggest you go to a metal cutter.

I did a search in and found only 2 places. The closest being in Enfield. click here

I live in Tottenham and I think Herfordshire is close so I did a search for N17 area.

  soy 17:27 13 Jun 2003

If you decide to do it yourself, You'll need a drill and Jig-saw. These are the main tools you'll need. Masking tape, pencil and spacer as well.

  Mysticnas 17:30 13 Jun 2003

i did try to do it myself but my work space is limited, and there are a few sharp edges and stuff in my design.

I took it to a metal worker down the road but he said i'd be better off doing it myself or taking it to someone who does this as a service. He said metal workers like him would charge too much and the whole thing would need to be resanded and polished painted etc...

I'm just trying to sort out a way to show you guys the design. give me 2mins.

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