POC60 - 3D Printed Case for Teenage Engineering Pocket Operators
A 3D printed case with a vintage synth design for the teenage engineering pocket operator. Like all cases, the case is made with high quality Prusament and Extrudr filament printed on Prusa i3 3D printer.
An acrylic glass pane is incorporated into the LCD opening on the top. This provides additional protection for the Pocket Operator's display.
Note: To insert the pocket operator into the housing, the PO hanger must be completely removed. Residue may need to be carefully sanded off to ensure the top of the Pocket Operator is smooth and straight. Never force the Pocket Operator into the case!
If you don't want to remove the Hanger of the Pocket Operator, you will also find cases in the shop where the Pocket Operator's hanger can be passed through an opening on the back of the case.
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.
The default color configuration (as shown in the photos) for this case is:
16 sequencer keys: black - rubberized (TPU filament)
3 buttons above: white - hard (PLA filament)
3 buttons on the side: gray - hard (PLA filament)
1 play button: red - hard (PLA filament)
Housing color: metallic gray
The POC60 Pocket Operator case includes:
Top part of the housing with acrylic glass display protection
Lower part of the case with opening for battery access
4 silicone feet
2 encoder caps
The delivery time is 14 days because the item is manufactured after the order has been received.
The pocket operator shown in the photos is not included.