Moog instrument engineer and 3-d printing fanatic Geert Bevin has unveiled RackBlox, a gadget of 3-d-printable modular Eurorack case containers, for unmarried modules or teams of modules that belong in combination.
RackBlox is to be had in various sizes (4HP to 20HP), and works by means of the usage of an cutting edge mechanical connector that permits case containers to simply and sturdily connect in combination with out equipment.
No screws are required to place modules within the containers, due to a unique ‘slide and snap’ design. Because the case containers are fitted in combination in my opinion, customers can create circumstances of various sizes, or even reconfigure their gadget with out eliminating their modules. Every field will also be safe with a lid that works each when utilized in a bigger case or standalone for garage.
Extra importantly, you’ll be able to even 3-d print a beverage holder to be sure that your most well-liked drink remains inside succeed in.
“I’ve open-sourced the original and cutting edge design components, together with the sliding field connector, the screwless module attachment, the snap-on lid and extra,” says Bevin. “The 4HP and 10HP completed designs are to be had at no cost, in addition to the edges.”
The whole set of STL information is to be had to Patreon backers for $5.
Take a look at a prototype of the case field under.
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