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Last time around, I researched, designed and populated the component board of my long-gestating EH-185 clone. Now it’s time to start work on the chassis layout. I always like to draw my designs using 1:1 scale on the computer and, as such, I need to know the chassis dimensions to ensure that everything fits perfectly.

sells a range of blank aluminium chassis in various sizes and the 365 x 160 x 65mm TT-CH062 unit is perfectly attuned to small

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