Case Design?

Discussion in 'Notebook Cosmetic Modifications and Custom Builds' started by rob7, Dec 11, 2005.

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  1. rob7

    rob7 Notebook Guru

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    Is it possible to stencil and create an image (more like an imprint) on the case for a Fujitsu N3510, or for notebooks in general? I know there was an article on an Apple Powerbook that did so... it kinda inspired me to do something on my laptop :)
     
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    CapsOnLock Notebook Enthusiast

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    I believe there are some companies that offer to do that... you give them an image and a size and they create a 'sticker' of sorts that you put on your notebook. Don't remember any of the companies off-hand though...
     
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    xAMDvsIntelx Notebook Deity

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    Apples can have laser engraving done on their lids because they're made out of an aluminum alloy, ideal for engraving. However, any notebook that has a metal lid can have laser engraving done to it. There are notebook companies, such as Voodoo, that will give your notebook a custom paint job if you buy from them. However, be prepared to shell out big bucks to do so (like 3000+).
     
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    Dime Notebook Enthusiast

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    do it yourself, as I did.
     
  5. Smith_X

    Smith_X Notebook Geek

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    Dime.. could you show me your case please?

    Actually, I would like to ask you guys here are there any place that I can produce stuff like Nomad-Sticko stuff.. it's a stiky which I can remove later without leave any blemish on the notebook surface...
     
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