Casemodding is about modifying an existing chassis or creating one from scratch. The main goal is to transform or create a case into something unique. To make the build come together in a certain theme or color scheme you can modify the case itself and the components inside to match in a specific way. Highly demanded in the PC online gaming scene.
In 2017 this hobby got out of hand, in a positive way! It started with a simple build with a few custom painted parts. Nowadays using a CNC machine along with several awesome Amana Tool® CNC bits you can create the unthinkable. This set features 8-Pc. Casemodding bits that are used most for those projects.
When it comes to acrylic work for a custom PC you want the best possible surface finish on both the sides and the floors while pocketing water channels for a distro plate for instance. This endmill is used for: general pocketing for a custom reservoir and water channels in a distro plate.
This endmill is a smaller version of the 46577-K mentioned above. This endmill is used for similar milling jobs in tighter spots or where a smaller corner radius is needed.
This 90° bit works great for the 45° chamfering around the contours and cutouts. This is also used a lot for cutting angled holes for the countersunk bolts that are used to attach the lid to the bottom half of a reservoir.
This comes in handy when cutting a deep contour is needed. This single flute endmill delivers a great surface finish on the wall and makes sure the chip-evac is taken care of.
This endmill is a smaller version of the 57363-K mentioned above. This endmill is used for similar milling jobs in tighter spots or where a smaller corner radius is needed. Also used for ‘’boring’’ holes a lot. For example, the 3.5mm holes in the distro plate bottom for the M4 threads and the 4.5mm passthrough holes for the distro plate top.
This endmill is basically the taller brother of the 57360-K. This is used for contouring, boring and small pocketing jobs for projects that require acrylic that’s thicker than the regular 10mm sheets that are commonly used for the distro plates and reservoirs.
This 30° engraving bit is used for adding detail to your project. This bit is a great milling fine lines and small letter engraving.
This ball nose endmill is meant for 3D carving. It’s mostly used for adding 3D details to parts of a build.