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Brace for stacking 2 row eurorack

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Licence CC BY
Publication date 2021-07-28 at 23:14
Published to Thingiverse on: 2021-04-21 at 23:36
Design number 482643
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  • eurorack_braces.stl

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3D model size X 270 × Y 145 × Z 2.25 mm

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I printed this eurorack two row case (
and since I have quite a few more modules to install, I was wondering if I could mount a second two row case to the other one using a primitive brace.

So this is my first prototype, not sure if it fits and even less sure if this is going to be stable enough. I will update this model eventually.

Obviously this needs to be printed twice... you will also need longer m4 threaded rods then recommended on the original model, as the brace sits on top of those rods to hold the whole thing together.

Update: After printing this I find the model a bit too thin, but since I plan on re-enforcing the whole structure with a wooden bottom and back, I will keep my prototype design for now. I will have to see how the rack holds up once its loaded with modules.

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