I make and sell a few models enclosures...The material that I am using is from Laminated wood are 3mm thick and clear acrylic is 2.5mm thick.
I have made some enclosures based on the design of jvantomme , but nowI make them with my design and they are somewhat bigger and do not require so many screws ...I currently have 2 model Axoloti core enclosure Regards !
My oldschool box not yet finshed
Glorious! I'll be in touch on eBay
Ok, in all this afternoon today I am making several enclosures moreThanks!
My two axolotis, made from a case of broadcasting video cassette.One with 8 knobs, 4 faders, 4 switches, 2 distance sensors and 2 leds.The other one with 14 knobs, 4 switches, two leds.
I used to have heaps of those large video cassette cases, and I am now kicking myself for throwing them out a few years back.
Hi !Today I have published in AMAZON the acrylic enclosure for Axoloti.
AMAZON DE acrylic enclosure for Axoloti
AMAZON ES carcasa acrilica para AXOLOTI CORE
Soon they will be at the other AMAZON sites.If you have a problem, you can also order it from AMAZON.es Spain to all of Europe.Thanks
Most professional looking enclosure and design I have seen so far. I want one! Just ordered my axoloti the other day. Excited by the possibilities.
Hey man. How did you add additional inputs to your axoloti?
Made a little 3 (functions as 6) knob box with multicolor leds :)
Found this photo on Elektronauts, anyone know who posted it? I'd love an enclosure for my Axocontrols and this looks sweet...
Believotron or wanderlust
I dont thin'k its a wanderlust or believotron, the have more joysticks.
It looks like a Modular Thing add on board and then an adapted version of the usual 3-d printet cover, adapted to fit the Modular thing board.
It is definitely the Axocontrol (which I have two of for my Axos) - I just want a funky case for them!
Recently finished up my second Axo:
Still working out the control subpatch to let me easily connect pages of parameters to control inlets, but it's getting close! H_U_G_E thanks to @Gavin for his encoder objects and @SmashedTransistors for this OLED objects. Amazing!
Stunning, what enclosure is that? Is that brushed aluminium? Very nice whatever it is.
It’s a 1590dd I ordered from Mammoth Electronics. Graphics were etched in with my cnc, then a single coat of spray paint to fill in the cut. Had to use coarse sandpaper to get the rest of the paint off and thought it looked great so I left it.
Hallo,looks very good. How did you connect the two OLEds?Are you planning to release your software?greeting tangram
Thanks! I made the connections as shown in the screen connection thread. For the hardware i designed and milled a small circuit board to make for easy connections and mounting. Tiar’s objects are really the star of the show.
I am still working out the kinks in my control subpatch, but am happy to share when “done.”
hi i've just printed your enclosure in pla looks great as a starting point thankss for the sharing!!