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Hi,

 

So the very first completely final unit just came out of the production lines. This is the very first one that completed the whole CNC / sand blast / anodizing process.

 

We are taking on this occasion some product pictures.

This is our setup :)

 

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Final edited pictures coming soon!

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Packaging

 

 

wow so sleek, looks great. My other benches were just to cumbersome, this is exactly what I would want for my bench table.

 

I hope you guys do good with it. It's nice to see products from our community do well.

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Thanks! Yeah hopefully everything will go well - it's very encouraging to have and hear support - thanks a lot for those

 

A few more pictures:

 

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open-benchtable-bc1-assm-025-000.jpg

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open-benchtable-bc1-assm-025-270.jpg

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I'll playfully say nuooooooo, no black... I'd have to buy a second one because the black Streacom uses for their chassis are just too darn gorgeous! :P

 

If there was an option to upgrade my current one on order to black though.... Oh I'd definitely be interested.

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Looks rather lovely! Any chance it'll support a 360mm radiator?

It should support it, yes. Let me check with the team if we can shoot some pictures of a 360mm in action :)

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Just FYI, for now we don't have any plans for releasing any other color

 

Good to know. I'll be more than happy with it in silver, even if I do prefer black as a colour ^_^

 

It should support it, yes. Let me check with the team if we can shoot some pictures of a 360mm in action :)

 

Wooohooo, I look forward to such ^_^

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It should support it, yes. Let me check with the team if we can shoot some pictures of a 360mm in action :)

 

Technically speaking the spacing is to support a 240mm rad at max. The table being exactly 360mm long it will be tough.

But! There should be a way, by not mounting it using the two most outwards screws, but for example using one that is at around the 240mm mark (which should be the second fan i presume).

 

To test I would have to get my hands on a 360mm AiO - but we don't' have one here at the office.

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Technically speaking the spacing is to support a 240mm rad at max. The table being exactly 360mm long it will be tough.

But! There should be a way, by not mounting it using the two most outwards screws, but for example using one that is at around the 240mm mark (which should be the second fan i presume).

 

To test I would have to get my hands on a 360mm AiO - but we don't' have one here at the office.

 

What about AIO CLC's such as Corsair's H110/115 series, which are 280mm?

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What about AIO CLC's such as Corsair's H110/115 series, which are 280mm?

 

Would have to be tested to see how the brackets spacing could be fitted there. It would be a similar situation I presume than for the 360mm case.

 

@Mr.Horse

 

It's pretty stable really. We designed it so that it can take a system with CPU and GPU pots.

The screw goes through the table from the top, into the legs.

 

We are using a strong grade of Aluminum specifically for the case of making the table more solid and durable.

It's not that thick. 8mm isn't much. But the reason of this thickness is mostly to have a sufficiently strong legs. Since the legs are cut from the table (we use CNC manufacturing process for the cutting), 8mm was the best compromise.

If we would have done it thinner, the legs would not be so strong, and with very heavy systems, you could eventually have some bending issues over time.

 

The mate silver-ish finish right now is done via anodizing. If there are to be colors (which isn't in the planning right now) it would be most likely the same process. Painting always ends up wearing off over time and usage.

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No need MR.Horse, this thing is build like a rock.... I think even a child can sit on it... I had 4GPUs on it, 1200Watt PSU attached to the leg and moved it around for the place, no worries...

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