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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Assembling the structure.
We're finally almost at 2021, nominate your favourite mods to help banish 2020.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Better late than never, I always say.
The components and designs are ready, time to build!
Who do you think deserves the crown for 2019?
Alex delves into a spot of leather craft for the next part of Project Toreador.
This year catering to experienced and amateur modders alike
Alex showed you how to design a distro plate; now let's add a pump to one.
Alex catches up with one of the big guns of the Filipino modding scene.
Looking to start an ambitious project? Mod Unlimited might be for you.
It's the big one - tell us who you think deserves the title? You might win a prize!
Previously we looked at hand abrasives, now to whip out the sanders!
Ever wondered how to make those beautiful water-cooling channels? We've got you covered.
Design proposals have been submitted and the contestants drawn, so let's see who will be competing for the title in the Thermaltake UK Modding Trophy 2018!
Need a custom tray for a project? We guide you through the process of making one at home
We go through the basics of printing out a scale cutting template used for making, well, almost anything.
In the first instalment of this new series, we take a look at an essential piece of kit in every modder's toolbox: the humble drill bit.
I sit down with professional modder Mike Petereyns and delve into what makes him tick.
A pretty cool Xbox 360 case mod, called 'Xbox of War', has been posted on the Xbox scene forums. Jump in for a sneak peek.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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