[sdiy] Synth in a Suitcase

Jim Patchell patchell at silcom.com
Fri Jun 14 21:53:59 CEST 2002


    It does have an extrusion around lip, but does not look like it was designed to hold any brackets...however, I am sure I can come up with a remedy for that.

    -Jim

Ivan Schwartz wrote:

> If it is truly an industrial Zero case, and not a lined suitcase used for clothes, it might have an inner extrusion designed to hold special brackets for panels.  I remember researching this and you could buy brackets and panels for certain Zero cases.  Their website is under construction, but try getting a catalog by calling them at 801-298-5900.
>
> Here is an example of their cases with a panel:
>
> http://www.rcicustom.com/multbox.htm
>
> Ivan
>
> > ----------
> > From:         patchell
> > Sent:         Thursday, June 13, 2002 8:29 PM
> > To:   synth-diy at dropmix.xs4all.nl
> > Subject:      [sdiy] Synth in a Suitcase
> >
> >     I just aquired a Zero aluminum suit case (I have no idea what they
> > are really called, but it looks like one)...seems like I remember that
> > more than a few people on this list have built synths in these...
> >
> >     I would like any pointers anybody might have about putting panels in
> > one of these...
> >
> >     I also need to figure out how to clean the outside up, it is pretty
> > grungy looking.
> > --
> >  -Jim
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