2021-11-30 (Tu) EWC_Panel Drum machine modeling catch up

I considered where I would put all my connection hardware, such as the three MIDI ports and the USB power. The micro USB connector needs a spacer, so I opened that model and designed one to sit between the PCB and enclosure.

I measured the height of my drum machine's faceplate with its components, and then I measured the depth of my lunch box. Unlike the timer control, there was ample room in this container. I opened the OpenSCAD file for making angle brackets and set it to 50mm tall. I generated a model with 2mm holes for the small bolts and another model for the M3 hardware. I printed four of each, but I plan to use three and make a spare since the printer needs three hours per run.
2mm and 3mm angle brackets

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