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A 3D printed case for the Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator. Like all cases, the case is made with high quality Extrudr filament on Prusa i3 3D printer printed.
An acrylic glass pane is incorporated into the LCD opening on the top. This provides additional protection for the Pocket Operator's display.
The upper plastic plate of the case is laser cut and engraved.
The openings for the bushings have an opening with a diameter of 13.5 mm.
And for all lovers of the PO tag: On the back there is an opening that can be completely opened with a cutter knife so that the PO tag does not have to be cut off.
Instructions: You can find video instructions for using the keys and the Pocket Operator in the gallery. The procedure is identical for almost all spillerphoto 3D cases.
Basically, many color combinations of housing, front panel and buttons are possible. The engraving can also be individualized on request. Please inquire accordingly!
The default color configuration for this chassis is:
Top plate: blue with white lettering
16 sequencer keys: white - rubberized (TPU)
6 side buttons: white- rubberized (TPU)
1 play button: white- rubberized (TPU)
Bottom plate with opening for access to the batteries
housing color: white
encoder caps: white
The housing for the PO includes:
Top of case
Lower part of the case
4 silicon feet
2 encoder caps
The article will be made after receipt of order.
The delivery times (incl. 5 days processing time) are:
Germany: 7 working days
- Europe: 10 working days
- World: 14 working days
The pocket operator shown in the photos is not included.