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After seeing the PC PSU hack I decided to make one myself and it I think it turned out good.
plus I added a 12 volt accessory  and a usb port to power my usb lighting creations without worrying about my PC USB ports.
This is a 350 WATT PSU from an old PC, The board is mounted on a piece of aluminum sheet and I have been using RTV blue gasket maker to form a non conductive surface between the board & sheet so there shall be no short circuits.
It is not pretty but it sure does a nice job!
<p>Just a note to let you know I have added this instructable to the collection: <br>Encyclopedia of ATX to Bench Power Supply Conversion <br>&gt;&gt; <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Encyclopedia-of-ATX-to-Bench-Power-Supply-Conversi/" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/id/Encyclopedia-of-ATX-to-Bench-Power-Supply-Conversi/</a><br>Take a look at about 70 different approaches to this project.<br> </p>
Thanks Russ!<br>Great idea to compile all of the PSU's into 1.<br>Had my Instructable been copie righted would may have been sued... LOL I kid I kid Just a lil joke calm down :D .<br>All in all it really is a great ible thank you very kindly for including me in your ible.<br><br>Grasshopper.
Hi!<br>you would need a ATX computer power supply unit, some wood, some ingenuity, and time. I don't have a step by step on how to make this but there others out there with step by step Instructable.
and what would i have to do to MAKE one also ??????????

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