2019-12-16 (M) MIDIGlocken

I was still debating the MIDIGlocken parts and how to connect them. The wiring issues could wait, but I wanted to plan how this would look. A couple of weeks ago, I resigned to bolting everything to a board and hiding it away so that only the toy was visible. When it came down to the line, I wanted something presentable, so I decided to make a laser-cut enclosure. I arranged the parts where I wanted them. There would be two levels. The top would be a faceplate with the operators, and the bottom would hold the controls and power section.
Part layout

All the parts I wanted had to be drafted, and I made each of them a separate file so I could pull them in later without having to redraw them. Each device I drew is a frame in the following animation.
Drafted parts

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Completed projects from year 6

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