In the last of the series on case modding at Extremetech, suggestions from readers on the best way to cut curves was requested from those who have done it before.  The replies poured in, and you can take advantage of all of the tips’n’tricks on your next project.

If you are looking for a case to start on, might I suggest the Thermaltake Eclipse DV, as reviewed by our own Bob Dyl.

“Last time we convened, I asked readers to share their techniques for cutting curves in a case panel. I simply chopped up my mod with a Dremel and a fiberglass reinforced cutoff blade, which worked, but was tough: Sticking to the lines on a curved pattern is a challenge all to itself.

Email poured in with all kinds of techniques for making superior curves, and I appreciate every one of them. Before we part for the final time, I’m going to leave you with the best of the bunch, so the next time you decide to carve a curve you’ll be equipped to make it perfect.”

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