guys and girls
i've been looking for an appropriate foldable stand for my AR and OT and it came clear that the easiest way to get it is to do it myself. thus we have a ready solution of this task - on the link https://www.elektronauts.com/files/387 you can find the drawings to 3d print them. feel free to use
thanks for this! What material is best to print in? Nylon, or will general plastic be sufficient?
Cool! What size screws are needed?Link not working for me any chance for a reupload or host elsewhere?
really i didn't pay attention to material - just general kind of plastic. but frankly, this version appeared to be way to thick and i changed drawings - it's 4 times more thin now)
screws are m3, but i do not remember the depth - it's important for screws not to go more than 4mm inside.
i'll upload these drawings once again along with new ones - those are thinner but have a bolt-joint
new file with old drawings and added new ones:https://www.elektronauts.com/files/412
Ah very nice! Thanks again!
awesome!!for some reason I still can't download.. any files actually. Strange..
could you please email it to me? biologik at gmail dot com sorry for the trouble and I appreciate you sharing this!Eric
I somehow can't download with firefox but it works with chrome, maybe try with another browser?
@intertexter that looks great, thanks a lot for sharing the blueprints. Is there any chance to make those compatible with the protective lids which needs a bit of clearance?
yeah! definitely! but the time needed to invent, draw, and produce it i better spend on making music)
Hi intertexter, Thanks a lot for that. I can't open it at home, but I will send it for print. I'm sending the upper thin and the lower thin files. I must to print it on double? thanks!
yes, you'll need two pairs of those. bolts for the joints are M6, 10mm long
It looks like an angle between two units is too wide and the "legs" are too short — it feels that pushing buttons in the top unit or slight force applied to the front panel would knock over the whole construction... This is a bit confusing to me.
well, i tried different angles and this one comes to be the most convenient. and no, it does not flip over while pushing buttons or turning knobs even if you add weight to it by sticking heavy wires in every available slot. the first version had longer base but i shortened it in second ver. as they just took extra space in my travel case with no need
This is beautiful. I am printing as we speak ! What are the dimensions of the screws to connect the side cheeks to the units themselves ?
bolts are M3x10mm. don't use longer bolts to avoid damaging the internal parts of you elektrons