Here are some questions that come in very frequently that make sense to answer as part of a FAQ. This page will be updated as time goes on
What size motherboards to you make armors for?
M-ATX to E-ATX
Can you ship to my country?
Yes. As long as UPS or DHL are willing to deliver to your location, then there are no issues with shipping. Shipping fees are usually in the $40-$50 range for international armors. Please be aware that the shipping fees do not include import tax/duty/VAT/GST/whatever it may be called in your region. You will need to pay this fee to your import authority before the shield can be delivered.
Can you make an armor for XXXX motherboard that's not listed?
Long answer : *Yes, as long as it's not m-ITX. It's not that there's anything wrong with m-ITX. It's just that there's not enough surface area to make an armor that won't have multiple fault points where the metal could and most likely could crack. Also, the way that coolers mount with Intel sockets means that on m-ITX boards there ends up being a large gap between the socket and the DIMM slots.
It also depends on the motherboard. Very high end boards, like the ASUS ZENITH II Xtreme, won't be getting an armor designed unless the boards comes through the Bounty Program. If the boards isn't available for purchase in the general public, the possibility of it getting into the store are slim.
If the board is older, say 1 to 3 chipset generations back, getting a shroud is possible, but you'll either have to send your board or be willing to pay for a motherboard along with the cost of the armor. For those that send their motherboard, you'll get free return shipping within the USA.
Can you paint the etching?
Technically yes, but you wont see any of the etching afterwards as the paint will fill in the etching. I don't recommend getting an etching painted
When is XXXX armor going to be in stock?
The store has moved to a On-Demand model where armors will be made when an order is placed. Turn around time is 2+ days for an armor that is in stock and 10+ business days for one that needs to be made. If you're concerned about timing and/or want to customize the M.2 opening, please email first.