I like those @alex, as the look stackable.
@johannes, they look really good... not cheap, but would be cool...
you have to use their software... so a matter of getting all the dimension correct...
Q.. what is the correct way to fix the board in an enclosure... I don't want mounting screws on the base, would reduce the stacking ability... unless you use thicker material and countersunk the screws. also the board has to be raised off the base.
(I've used pcb mounts but this would need screws in the base)
as an aside, I've also been wondering if I could build an enclose that was more like a rack system, i.e. they some how would 'hang' onto rails , and then a front panel would be attached to the connector side of the board... a bit like a eurorack... so you could add more axoloti boards as you need more voices / fx etc
but to do this, I need to work out
- how to fix the facia to the board (front holes I assume)
- a way to hang the board onto some kind of rails, again I assume using the pcb holes, I guess I could slide them onto a 4 bars, and just have spacers to keep them separated correctly. is it ok, to use metal bars, or do they need to be non conductive?
(its just an idea, and sort of how I've done it in the axo cube)