2020-01-09 (Th) MIDIGlocken

I printed a couple of different brackets, which was my chance to test different flow rates to see if that would fix the brittle prints. In the picture below, I two copies, the bottom one used 10% more flow than previous examples, and the top one used 20% more than versions printed months ago. The visible gaps in the bottom model are similar to others, but with the other, they're less pronounced throughout. The flow setting needs more attention, but this print was enough to get my glockenspiel rack mounted. I bought longer screws since I noticed that one of the problems was short ones slid out.
Top print: 120% flow. Bottom print: 110% flow.

I was finally able to reassemble the glockenspiel and test all the keys. The electronic actuation worked for each note, and I could press the built-in keys for the same effect. I still plan to make a video describing and demonstrating all the functions.
Assembled glockenspiel and control box

GitHub for MIDIGlocken
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Completed projects from year 6

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