eurorack cases

Rack 1: 3U 104hp case

Uses Zeus studio bus and a side mounted Dual-access (both from TipTop) for power. It involved making 3 parts: left/right brackets (3D printed) and a laser cut acrylic front panel. These parts, plus vector rails and threaded bars (from Pulp Logic) fit together to make the case.

Skiff 1: 4U 48hp mostly 3D printed skiff

Tried making a skiff that is sized to fit within my 3D printer's print bed. The design was basically a box with tracks for threaded bars to be inserted. I did a test print and then scrapped because PLA 3d printed walls felt terrible to hold and seems like a waste of material.

Skiff 2: 4U 48hp skiff

Taking a cue from Rack 1 and using the bracket and panel model, but for this small skiff size. Aiming to be as minimal as possible, and letting the vector rails create most of the structure.

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Pictures

Rack 1 with a few modules