Hello, my project is to create a pc case that looks like a Diablo 3 inventory chest. The inner frame is a mixture of wood and 3d printed plastic parts. The outer shell will be 3d printed sanded/smoothed and then moulded and cast in resin. The components are a mixture of old and new. Motherboard Asus Micro ATX B85M-G Processor intel I7 4770 Gigabyte 1660Ti windforce Sampsung 500SSD Corsair SF450 Platinum 32 GB corsair DDR3 1600 1 ML140 140mm PWM Premium Magnetic Levitation Fan 1 Air Series™ AF120 Quiet Edition High Airflow 120mm Fan Challenges Only use the bottom side and one small side for air flow I/O. Keep the size as small as possible with the hardware available. Silent Medium to good cooling. 3D print the case. Previous Experience Fusion 360 designing and 3D printing are new to me but I have some experience in 3d modelling. And I have built my 3 pcs I owned, but never my own case. I also have good experience in miniature modelling and painting. Never done custom cables which I want to do. I was a bit eager to start and printed some brackets, But I went back to the drawing board. The frame now has 2 steps on 3 of the sides so the frame can slide into the outer shell and sit inside the outer shells lip. Here is a link to the fusion 360 online viewer https://a360.co/2KaGCRa Still to do in Modelling: Model the top part of the chest. Re-model the side of the outer shell that hosts the fan and PSU. Model the I/O ports that will be attached to the outer shell 2- USB /1 HDMI/ 1 Display port/ 1 Eithernet port. A USB 3 Port will be in one of the key-locks. Figure out if I Can easily remove the front side of the outer shell for display. Additional work 3D printing Casting the outer shell Custom cables Attach Blue LED Strip on the base of the wooden frame. What I would like to ask is this: Do you see any possible problems in the build? Is the cooling sufficient? With the two fans? The fan on the bottom is static 140 mm the one on the side is an airflow fan 120mm. Any feedback info appreciated.