I wanted to build a cyberdeck I could use day-to-day for getting work done. I settled on a design using a GPU riser to save space and T-Slot Aluminum to build a frame that's endlessly customizable. The PC is liquid cooled with portable monitors that can be attached to any surface of the frame or not at all. All parts in the build (aside from the PC off-the-shelf components like the GPU) were cut, drilled, and hand-assembled. I bought raw pieces of aluminum for hardware stores to attach the PC parts to the frame and even threw in a big red switch to turn it on. I originally was inspired to build this in August of 2022 when Hackaday.com announced their cyberdeck competition. I'll be updating this project page soon with an itemized list of parts, prices, and pictures on the build process, along with the many foot-guns I encountered along the way. The entire build took me a little over a month to complete.