Published on May 12th, 2010 | by Jules Yap


Project silent cube

Materials: Expedit

Description: Pictures says it all. See more here.

~ Paul Driveklepp, Oslo, Norway

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21 Responses to Project silent cube

  1. marcelo aguiar says:

    A little description would be welcome…
    I’ve figured out what it is, but you should have shared HOW you made it. This is not for boasting, it’s for sharing.

    Anyway.. it would have been nice to add a swivel function to the screen.

  2. Anonymous says:

    It’s a toaster….

  3. Anonymous says:

    The pictures don’t tell me sh-it, other than the fact it is some electronic device that fits into an Ikea box. And where are the instructions for people who are interested in make one?

  4. ghostaliaz says:

    Simply What Is IT???????????????

  5. Anonymous says:

    The hell is this thing….?

  6. Diego 8 says:

    The pictures dont say anything to me other than i should call homeland security? Looks suspicious. What is it?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Hei Paul,
    Kom med en forklaring da vel! Som du kan lese av de 14 innleggene er det ikke åpenlyst ut i fra bildet hva spesifikt dette er! …men sikkert en god Ikeahack..? Come on Paul!

  8. Anonymous says:

    So hard to see??
    A box (Lekman) with a PC built right in. The huge metal thing is the cpu cooler, the black thing probably the power supply unit. At the front we find the screen.

    I like it. Should be posted on a casemod website, too.

  9. Anonymous says:

    The picture says it all *rolleyes*


  10. Cara says:

    Yeah, the picture didn’t tell me much. Is it a bomb? :-O

  11. Anonymous says:

    I really like this. As a matter of fact, just today, I was thinking about putting a small TV into the Expedit I’m going to buy for the study in my new home. I find it difficult to find a TV that’s 33*33cm. Anybody have any ideas?

  12. Voj:D says:

    Im sorry Paul from Oslo but unless you can describe what that is and maybe explain why its so good, not many around here’s going to accept that as a hack

  13. Alan says:

    Apart from the fact that it fits in an Ikea shelf how is it an Ikea hack? What is the cube made from?

  14. Anonymous says:

    yea, I have no idea what that is.

  15. Anonymous says:

    nffcnnr is right. Paul’s from Norway, where electric sock warming drawers are much more common. A dead giveaway is the coils that remove built-up static electricity.

  16. ganze says:

    what is it good for?
    is touch-screen, ok, but.. for what?

  17. Anonymous says:

    A small silent PC in a Box..simple as it is…touchscreen 2 select the movies ;)

  18. Anonymous says:

    Sometimes a picture says very little, with no context.

  19. nffcnnr says:

    it’s an electric sock drawer. That’s what the picture says to me.

  20. Stu says:

    I’d say it’s a touch-screen monitor hooked up to a computer in a box that aims to cancel all of the noise from the fans/drives.

    I could be wrong.

    It looks cool. I’d like to build a jukebox in this sort of way.

  21. Dorothy says:

    The picture says it all? Sorry, but I have no idea what this is.

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