thanks a lot. eurorack is fun! most of my eurorack stuff is diy because I love to learn electronic by "learning by doing" method it's like an addictions.
There will be an extension with a 16bit 8channel dac out as cv out (10Vpp) function. I had ordered the usb2mcv pcbs (2 cv out) but it will be obsolet with new euxo design and the usb2mcv needs fine pitch smd soldering skills etc. so that wouldn't be good as an essential extension.
I'm also working on a tft, rotary encoder extension controlled by a separate mcu (maple mini at the moment). It can also be used in standalone with gat8 and usb2mcv pcbs. But first I want to finish the main euxo pcbs…
the euxo from the photo is the last test before final run. I think it will needs 2-3weeks for the final pcb call.
I plan to offer the euxo stuff mainly as "pcb only" and maybe some as kits. kits depend on request.
Some of the stuff will be offered by myself. hopefully, the main part will be distributed by professional eurorack synth shop. I think this will be the best way to go.
If you or someone can't build an euxo by yourself, just send a request and if I have time I can build one for you else there is a thread at muffwiggler where you can request solder jobs etc. Beside this, I'm not a professional electronic or busyness man so I'm worried about the regulations for selling finish electronic products…
no, the euxo from the photo needs 3 pcbs (core, control & gat8) + axoloti. I don't know if euxo + gat8 will be include in one panel or gat8 as a separate module…I will request what you and any other interested want to selected. The final panels also should be black matt instead of shiny black.
depth is around 5cm.
I promise that the next euxo post will be in the original euxo thread.