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3D printed housing for 2 pocket operators including a sync/audio connector. Like all cases, the case is made with high qualityExtrudrfilament onPrusa i33D printer printed.
Deep black base plate, gray housing with white/grey contrasting top plate. The LCD openings are covered with acrylic glass.
On the back there is an opening in the case to feed through any cables.
Note: To insert the pocket operator into the housing, the PO hangers 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 use force to insert the Pocket Operator into the housing! Alternatively, an opening is prepared on the back, which must be opened with a cutter knife. There, the hangers of the pocket operators can then be carried out.
Instructions:You can find video instructions for inserting the keys and the pocket operator in the gallery. The procedure is identical for almost all spillerphoto 3D housings. With the POC60x2, the two pocket operators only have to be connected to the sync connector before insertion. Then carefully insert the POs into the housing from the front. Please make sure that the previously inserted 3D printed buttons do not jump out during insertion. Then close the cover, screw and mount the encoder caps.
Basically, many color combinations of housing and keys are possible. Please inquire accordingly!
Scope of delivery
Pocket Operator Case
1 sync/audio connector
2 x 16 sequencer keys
2 x 7 Side Buttons
4 encoder caps
4 silicon feet
The delivery time is 14 days because the item is manufactured after the order has been received.
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