TLDR: How do i take a digital plan and draw it out in the real word?
What is a Comfortable amount of HP? 50cm, 60cm or 70cm.
Are the any secret methods to use for keeping accurate?
So my gf and i finally got to go and have a lil adventure around B&Q and grab some supplies (sheet wood, bars, glue, primer and screws [also a hacksaw to chop the wood bar so it would fit in the car]) came to a nice 60 quid.
Pretty cheap and ill have spare wood to possibly make a smaller case aswell. which is nice.
Now that i have my supplies, im a bit scared/unsure about the first steps when it come to drawing up my plans. Even though ive made a plan in blender, bringing the plans into reality from digital… worries me lol
Mostly its the sides since i am using (essentially) 4 different formats Kosmo, Euro, 1U and my 3d printed panels 13cm. I need to make sure the angles all work/line up.
Do you think 50cm is enough space or should i go for 60 or 70cm of HP?
Heres an image of whats in my mind, A slim case that will sit nicely on my bookshelf. the panels are recessed into the case to protect the knobs and switches and there’s a nice space for the BS pro underneath.
And this is the plan shape exploded out to a sheet so i could work out what size sheet of wood i would need.
Im just looking for wise words and confidence. since i have limited sheet and next to no skill with wood working. I want to make sure i make the best use of it and that things are square and true.