Synths come in various sizes; you buy something new, sell some gear and try to organise them in your (home-) studio.
I started making side-panels, fronts & stands for my own synths because I like things to be organised and share the same look & feel. After creating stands for my Korg Volca’s, now my collection shrinks & expands regularly.
I’m happy to share these items and the capability to create custom racks, fronts & stands for the synth-community! I’m using a laser-cutter, wood-tools like a router, sanding machines, etc. and the necessary 3d-modelling to prepare the technical drawings. I simply love making stuff!
Let’s be honest, this puzzle will never stop because obviously … you never have too many synths 🙂
One of the main items I make these days are my solid Oakwood Eurorack cases in basically all sizes!
They have been developed by me, based on available machinery (laser cutter, woodworking tools, etc). The basis of the design is the side cheeks which have cutouts for the rails, and the shelves which are held in between. This creates the signature design.
All wood is reclaimed wood from reused solid Oak floors, so even a little sustainability in it 🙂
Most cases are made to order, since there are so many sizes, check out the configurator to select all options you would like to make your perfect case. I also have a few alternative standard models such as the 10U VCS3 style case or the 7U Slanted case I developed together with Loopop.