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"Exoskeleton" PREDATOR Helios (laptop-mod)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
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This is first time to have opportunity to modify laptop. "Mod Master Challenge" event has brought us 5 moders and gave us the task to modify the laptop Acer PREDATOR Helios 500. More information about the event you have here:
 
 
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My idea was originally based on making an "exoskeleton". The laptop is phenomenally designed and the only way to improve it is in the form of armor that will strengthen its work and improve the good looks. With the help of 3D software and the existing file showing the 3D model of the PREDATOR HELISO 500 laptop started its realization!
 
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Exoskeleton has a task to strengthen the laptop's external look and to give it some new functions.
 
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Inspired by the PREDATOR movie, I decided to implement some of the details in the design, and in the end I made this:
 
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Now I go to realize this in real life :)
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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 3/7/2019 at 8:52 AM, CodeNova said:

sexy! make it out of unobtainium, aluminum is fine too.

 

On 3/7/2019 at 8:52 AM, Uptivuptiz said:

That's really cool! I like! :D 

 

On 3/7/2019 at 9:03 AM, ZeouLs said:

Having a Helios 500 I'm very interested in the results of all participants

 
Thank you guys, I don't have time for aluminim 3D CNC etc, becouse that I go to SLS print, the results are satisfying :)
 
I made this 3D part with SLS 3D printing technology,
 
 
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now I go to paint and assembling :)
 
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Also I have plan to put some edditional electronics in there :)
 
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Posted · Original PosterOP
Painting the parts is over, next is the work on the implementation of electronics and final assembly...
 
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