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Finally after nearly a year of working, i have finished my masterpiece; I have racked up more geek points by creating a backpack from an old macintosh...
I've had this Mac for almost three years, it became a decorative object after one. Good lord how I loved the noises it made, the initial ping as it st...
Unless you are fortunate enough to own the apropriate sized star drive you will not be able to unscrew these screws, however there is an alternative: ...
Take some long object that is also thin and drill a hole in it (I used an extender for a socket wrench because it pretty much already has a hole in it...
after removing those two pesky screws remove the casing. The front slides right out. Then remove everything. The best way to do this is as follows: if...
You will run across a component like this, save it. Also save the circuit board with the SCSI and serial ports that fit in the holes seen here. Import...
On the front panel are tiny pieces of plastic designed to structurally enhance the seam with the back piece of plastic. Break them off using pliers or...
Using glue, apply the hinge on the top and the latches on the sides. Use tape to clamp down the bond until fully cured. Use an apropriate adhesive! I ...
Find the image you want displayed and resize it to the size of the CRT (roughly 8.25" x 6.25".) I used the splash screen from Mac os 3.0
Adhere the paper to a piece of thick clear mylar, with the printed side towards the mylar (note the ensuing reflective qualities.) leave about a half ...
Align and adhere the "screen" to the front plate
Take the metal sheet and circuit board I asked you to save earlier and saw off a strip of circuitry that contains the ports, then adhere this to the m...
Salvage the straps from the backpack, get as much fabric as you can.
Seal the edges of all wounds created while acquiring the straps, depending on the fabric and amount thereof, you are usually able to cauterize the edg...
drill two holes in the plastic and two holes in the strap, apply glue and two bolt/nut combos. the bolts will apply clamping pressure to assist the gl...
Drill your holes and secure your straps with some bolts and glue, this time on the sides. be mindful of where your interior components are.
I initially saved the CRT so that I could make a mold of it and enevitably a casting in clear plastic that would be rigid and fit the curvature of the...
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