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DIY Standalone 1U Tile Case

DIY Standalone Tile Case

It happens to everyone: Too many tiles and not enough tile rows. Here’s a standalone Eurorack 1U Tile case for up to 12 tiles made exclusively out of hardboard and a handful of M3 nuts. File for laser cutting is here:  http://github.com/THX2112/1U-Eurorack-Tile-Case The “rails” are cut right into the top, consisting of three almost identical…

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New Eurorack Tiles Now Available

Four new Clock utility modules in 1U tile format are now available. A discounted bundle is also available for putting tiles into a Eurorack case without a tile row. Clock Tile Modules: Clock Tiles Four clock utility modules for Eurorack 1u tiles. Clock Generator: Generates 24 PPQN or 4 PPQN clocks. Clock rate can be…

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Cadsoft Eagle Tips and Tricks

Some Cadsoft Eagle tips and tricks that don’t appear elsewhere. Forums: Element14, Eagle Central   Add text with >DRAWING_NAME on the PCB to automatically store the text name (which contains the version number if you’re saving files that way) on the PCB to know exactly what file the PCB is from. Use Falstad Circuit Simulator…

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1u Tile Carrier Eurorack Adapter

1u tile adapter for eurorack

I wanted to add a few 1u tiles to a new rack, and after a bit of experimentation came up with this little 10hp 1u tile carrier eurorack adapter. To fit the most tiles in the smallest space it was necessary to put them on the side. Only two vertical tiles would fit in a…

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Finishing Aluminum Eurorack Panels

eurorack panels

Aluminum is a soft metal that needs to be “finished” for appearance and durability. “Raw” aluminum that hasn’t been finished scratches easily and collects fingerprints and grease. Here’s a quick and relatively simple method for finishing aluminum Eurorack panels with a scouring pad (and help from a cheap palm sander), then sealing with acrylic. Perfect…

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Stomper Eurorack Drum Module

The Hammer of God tabletop drum module is now a Eurorack drum module. All inputs can be CV controlled (0-5V), including the built-in clock-divider. It uses standard 10 pin +12/-12 power, drawing a paltry 30mA. It’s triggered by sync-24 clock, trigger/gate, or button press. It has a handy gate output to easily (and accurately) apply…

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