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When Geeks Craft a Wooden PC Case – GLOWFORGE

It was time for a PC upgrade and a project so we made a PC case from all laser cut pieces. The trusty Glowforge was used to cut out the 188 pieces and a lot of wood glue, super glue and screws were used to assemble them.

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We have moved all of our Build Files to Patreon. If you would like access to ALL of our laser files moving forward, head over to For $2 dollars a month you get access to all of our laser files that have been shown in videos as well as some that never made it to youtube!

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All the raw materials were purchased from Johnson Plastics Plus:

Walnut Hardwood – Bronze Mirror Acrylic – Teal Mirror Acrylic – Clear Acrylic – Black Acrylic – MDF ⅛ and ¼ used –

Below are Amazon Affiliate Links to components/tools used in this build. Using these links don’t cost you any extra, they just help us feed the cats and leave the lights on:


PC Components:

Case Components:


We used a Glowforge to make our map. If anybody is interested in purchasing a Glowforge you can use our referral code to get: $500 off a pro, $250 off a plus, or $100 off a basic. We’ll get credit too! Use the link below. We love our Glowforge. Feel free to message us with any questions!



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