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  1. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping

    From the album The HAARP

    it's the kind of moment that I don't like, when you have to be patient so as not to destroy a working day. Let it dry!.. ;)
  2. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping.

    From the album The HAARP

    After bending.
  3. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping

    From the album The HAARP

    paint.....
  4. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping

    From the album The HAARP

    White paint...
  5. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping

    From the album The HAARP

    White paint!
  6. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping

    From the album The HAARP

    Assembly check.
  7. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping

    From the album The HAARP

    Assembly check.
  8. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping

    From the album The HAARP

    Assembly check.
  9. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping

    From the album The HAARP

    Assembly check.
  10. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping.

    From the album The HAARP

    Assembly check.
  11. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping.

    From the album The HAARP

    Assembly check.
  12. The HAARP Desktop case prototyping.

    From the album The HAARP

    Milled bottom part 2mm thick.
  13. Parting ways with the ultra-rare MBSEQ Heidenreich Case and most of other built and to be built DIY audio projects.   Comes straight out of my DIY audio box which seemingly have been left for far too long unattended, and life moves on at its own pace.  heidenreich.de product link Not looking to profit, Shipping from Canada or US at cost. Kartoshka
  14. Yesterday, I finished my MBSEQ V4 build. I decided on the following components for my version of the sequencer. STM32F4CORE MBSEQ CS: Wilba Control Surface BLM16x4: 16 x 4 button matrix TPD: Track Position Display 2 x MIDI I/O: MIDI interface, a total of 4 MIDI IN and 4 MIDI OUT DOUTX4: 4 x 8 digital outputs AOUT_NG: 8 CV outputs (1V/oct) I did think about placing the digital outs and CV out modules outside of the main sequencer using line drivers so the sequencer did not have to be near the modular synthesizer. I did test the configuration and it worked as it should. However, I decided against it as I wanted the sequencer to be a self contained unit with all functionality in one box. The diagram below shows that final configuration with connections between the modules. I started with the main panel. As I wanted to house the sequencer in a 19? rack case, all panels are compatible with the standard 19? rack dimensions. I downloaded a Front Panel Designer panel design from the Midibox forum and added studs to make mounting the control surface PCB and LCD’s a lot easier. Here is my version of the FPD file: mbseq_19in_io-v01.fpd Here is a picture of how the PCB's are mounted to the panel. The second panel contains the BLM16x4 and TPD modules. For this panel I also added studs to an existing design to make assembly of the panel much easier. And here is my version of the FPD file: TPDBLM_19_v02.fpd The third and last panel holds all input and output connectors. This is a custom panel designed by myself. All I/O PCB’s are mounted directly to the panel except for the DOUTX4 PCB which is mounted in the rack case and connected to the panel connectors with flat cables. The panel also provides 2 USB +5V connectors for connecting LED lights or other peripherals. The other 2 USB connectors connect to the core PCB and provide a way to upgrade the core board firmware and the MBSEQ firmware. If I had to do it again I would leave out the labels above the SYNC outputs. This is the FPD file for the panel: MBSEQ_IO_panel_2HE-v02.fpd For the case I ordered the Thon Rack Case 8U 12 RA from Thomann. My MBSEQ V4 fits perfectly in there. There is even about 1 HE left. I used a black panel to fill that space. On the bottom of the case I mounted the core module and the DOUTX4 digital out modules. I also installed a custom PSU (DC-DC converter) which provides +5V (for the core board and the USB ports on the I/O panel) and +12V/-12V (for the AOUT_NG module). I’m very happy with the end result. The panels fit neatly in the 19? case. The 19? rack in the case is a bit angled which improves visibilty of all display and controls. Here is the final result.
  15. Current status is:   I received permission from Wilba to use his frontpanel design.I'm in contact with Roelli figuring out the right approach to this bulk.Haven't contacted Heidenreich yet, in a week I know more.  The measurements of the shipping box are 590 x 290 x 140 mm, so either shipping with:DHL Päckchen bis 2 kg International mit Service Nachweis 17.90€ (only tracking, no insurance, 35€ damage refund) CN22 custom formor DHL Paket bis 5 kg International 16.99€ - 42.99€ (full insurance with tracking) CN23 custom form case comes with blank back panel, rubber feet, uniform color black (~ 75€-90€)front panel costs: with 2 LCD windows at frontpanels.de (~ 170€, Roelli mentioned a 20-30% discount compared to Schaeffer)front panel costs: with 2 LCD windows at Schaeffer (184€ + 2 x 20,42€ excl. shipping and verifying against the CS PCB)uniform front panel design for reduced complexity (holes for screws, colored engraving, see pics)handling fee (~ 15€ gas, package, time)PayPal conversion fees: € -> € 1.9%; other currencies -> €: 5.5% on my end priceno milled back panel, only a blank one for your own design (a milled can be later purchased from Roelli with a 30% discount compared to Schaeffer)no breakout board for the MBHP_CORE_STM32F4 PCB is needed, SmashTV's MIDI_I/O Module PCB will do the job. Ethernet via MBHP_ETH.breakout board for the MBHP_CORE_LPC17 PCB is needed (either design your own or join/create a bulk for a PCB)
  16. Hi all :) I have a build and functioning Midibox Seq V4 with front and rear aluminum panels. I have a MPCNC that I build with Wood CNC capabilities and also a laser (2.8W) which can cut opaque acrylic. I'm planning to make wood sides with profiles cut to insert the panels and curved aluminum profiles but I'm having troubles finding suitable aluminum extrusion profiles for the curved parts.  I've look all over and can only seem to find the t-slot style ones in the U.S. Did anybody have any luck finding a good version to use for making the quarter round curved aluminum profiles from a supplier in the U.S.? Thanks for any help you might give :) ~Airyck
  17. Latest MIDIbox SEQ housing

        Thanks TK! :phone:
  18. 20130901 111116

    From the album Another SEQ-V4 Acrylic Case

    complete SEQ V4 in the new 5mm black acrylic case with standard wilba-aluminum-frontpanel

    © picture by MaG2k

  19. Hi midiboxerbuilders, -modders and -programmers,   here i want to show you my version of a case for the SEQ V4. Because i didn't like the complete acrylic cases and because i allready had build the SEQ V4 Wilba controlpanel and allready had ordered the aluminum panel at Schäffer AG (Germany) i decided to create a very rugged acrylic case (only the side and buttom parts). So as you can see in my uploaded pictures it looks realy nice and didn't cost to much...okay 5mm acrylic base material is more expensiv the 3mm but its also more solid. (costs for the 5mm acrylic parts: ~ 80€ +freight charge at "Formulor.de")       The back- and frontside engravings i filled up with paint myself by using a brush and paint it in coarse (dont let it stay/dry to long) and then using a good absorbing tissue to wipe the color out and to clean the color that is to much (on the non engraved area). you don't need any ethyl alcohol for it...dont use it becaus ethyl alcohol tends to micro fractures on lasercutted acrylic. Its enough to clean the paint with the tissue as long the color is liquid. As engraving-filling paint i used the "revell enemal" paints. They working great!   And here you can see the complete SEQ-V4 in its new housing! :-)         Okay i did the work months ago but now i had the time to post it to you!   Pay attention: the holes in the basepanel arn't in the lasercut-artwork because i didn't had the correct measurements of all the PCBs i used. But its the better way to drill the holes you need for your PCBs yourself. I used a custom made SD-card-reader-PCB and the Quad-Midi-I²C PCB from SmashTV so therefore i had to drill the holes myself...but as i said before...its no problem if you be carefull and don't push to much when you drill!   (If someone is interested in the in the artwork of my acrylic case (only the acrylic parts) post me a message and will send you the svg-file that you can modify it yourself in "inkscape" (its freeware) to your needs)   regards MaG2k
  20. 20130901 111037

    From the album Another SEQ-V4 Acrylic Case

    complete SEQ V4 in the new 5mm black acrylic case with standard wilba-aluminum-frontpanel

    © picture by MaG2k

  21. 20130901 111002

    From the album Another SEQ-V4 Acrylic Case

    complete SEQ V4 in the new 5mm black acrylic case with standard wilba-aluminum-frontpanel

    © picture by MaG2k

  22. 20130901 110949

    From the album Another SEQ-V4 Acrylic Case

    complete SEQ V4 in the new 5mm black acrylic case with standard wilba-aluminum-frontpanel

    © picture by MaG2k

  23. 20130830 123142

    From the album Another SEQ-V4 Acrylic Case

    a view from the back-top

    © picture by MaG2k

  24. 20130830 123121

    From the album Another SEQ-V4 Acrylic Case

    a view from the front-top

    © picture by MaG2k

  25. 20130830 123034

    From the album Another SEQ-V4 Acrylic Case

    fresh with paint filled laserengravings...the paint filling i did myself...its very easy but you have to be quick to remove the paint that is to much with a soft and sucking tissue. not all the paint keep staying in the engraving by this procedure but enough as you can see! :-)

    © picture by MaG2k