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Tutorial: Ethereum Mining Rig Part 2 (building the frame)


How to build a Ethereum mining rig diy tutorial part 2: aluminum mining rig open-air frame / case, step by step tutorial!

Its been a while since part 1 was posted and finally with the help of my brother i was able to build the frame.

Building the Erethreum aluminum mining rig open-air frame is a very simple process with very easy-to-follow steps. The following guide explains each of the steps into detail as well as the appropriate measurements that will help you in building the frame successfully if followed accordingly.

This is how the frame will look (yay!!)


The frame’s width should be 16 inches (41cm); the length should be 16 inches (41cm) as well while the height should be 11 inches (30cm).

41cm (16inch) wide
41cm (16inch) long
30cm (11inch) tall


The following are important tools as well as parts that should be used in the effective construction of the frame;

Two angled aluminum bars which should be 118inches (3m) each.
Four wooden sticks with a length of 40inches (1m) each
Fifty self-drilling screws which help in drilling the angled aluminum bars easily, check this screenshot)
A saw for cutting
An automatic screwdriver
A set of pliers
A measuring tape
A marker

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The following are steps of the building process of the Aluminum mining rig frame. The steps have been briefly explained to guide you through the simple process.

Step 1: Cutting the wooden parts and the angled-aluminum

The Aluminum should be cut into various lengths which include 8 pieces which should be 16 inches (41cm) long, 4 pieces that should be 11 inches (30cm) each and 2 pieces of 5 inches (13cm).

8x 41cm (16inch)
4x 28cm (11inch)
2x 13cm (5inch)

The wooden sticks should be cut into 8 pieces of 16 inches (41cm) each.

8x 41cm (16inch)


Step 2: Attaching the angle-aluminum bars to the wooden sticks

Place two 16-inch wooden sticks into two 16-inch angled-aluminum bars and ensure that they fit perfectly. Drill screws at their ends to ensure that they are attached.

2x 41cm (16inch) aluminum bars
2x 41cm (16inch) wooden sticks

Step 3: adding aluminum bars to the new attachments

Screw two 16-inch angled aluminum bars from step one to the newly attached wooden sticks and aluminum from step two to at their ends to form a square whose two opposite have only the aluminum bars while the other two opposite sides have the aluminum bars attached to the wooden sticks.

2x 41cm (16inch) aluminum bars

Step 4: Making the frame’s height

Four 11-inch angled aluminum bars are to be used in this step. With your square as the base, screw the 4 aluminum bars at each corner in an upright position with their 90 degree angles facing inwards the square. Use enough screws to make the frame adequately stable

4x 28cm (11inch) aluminum bars

Step 5: making the top of the frame using aluminum bars

The frame’s top should also be a square as the base however without the wooden sticks. In this step, use four 16-inch aluminum bars to make the edges of the top square. Screw the vertices of the top square appropriately to make it firm. By this step, your frame should have the shape of a cuboid.

4x 41cm (16inch) aluminum bars

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Step 6: Adding the wooden sticks

Add five 16-inch wooden sticks to the face of the cuboid with the aluminum bars and wooden sticks attached making them parallel to the wooden sticks at the edge. Screw them at equal intervals to make a rack of woods sticks at the edge.

5x 41cm (16inch) wooden sticks

Step 7: Adding the frames legs

Four legs which may be made of wood or thick density rubber, similar to those of couches and sofas, should be screwed at each of the bottom’s four corners for the stability of the frame when it is upright

4x legs

Step 8: measure the frame and ensure it is intact

Use your tape measure to confirm the all round measurements of your final product. Ensure that all the screws are intact and your frame will be ready for use



This is the simple process of building an Aluminum mining rig open air frame. The entire process may take about 2 hours and it is recommended to find a friend or a brother to help especially if you are not a handy guy. You should ensure that you have all the necessary parts and tools for a successful construction of the frame.

I provide mining rig frames for purchase and my next versions will include great improvements and modifications. They will have and easy to build process or may ordered when they are already built.

Disclaimer: This is not financial advise, I am not a financial advisor, this is for educational purposes only. If you want to invest in cryptocurrency please do your own research and invest at your own risk, 1stMiningRig is never liable for any decisions you make. 1stMiningRig may receive donations or sponsorships in association with certain content creation. 1stMiningRig may receive compensation when affiliate/referral links are used.
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Part 1: Choosing the parts Part 3: Building the rig

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