Here's how to make a simple cooling system out of a bunch of knex pieces.
I used a lot of purple pieces and triangular support pieces to make this, but I'm sure you can come up with your own way, if you don't have these pieces.
This table is supported by the outer walls, and what is inside the middle (like the triangular pieces) doesn't really matter, as long as you are able to support the sides.
Therefore, if you make this, with the triangular pieces, go ahead and play around with the arangement of the triangles.
The extra back support isn't needed, just there because it looks kinda nice and I was planning on gluing some rubber or something table-adhesive-not-permanent-ness wise on it to keep the whole thing from slipping.
This is my first instructable!
Step 1: Make the Pieces
Make these halves.
Put them together.
Step 2: Rock On!
I stuck some cooler things from my fridge to help cool the computer.
Also, I'm thinking of making a cooling system by wiring water and some cooling substance like nitro... whatever inside copper...
well... thats for some time in the future when I actually feel like spending some monies.