Simple Mutable Insruments Shruthi-1 case

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Simple Mutable Insruments Shruthi-1 case by diycrap Feb 2, 2015


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This is a very simple case for the Mutable Instruments Shruthi-1 DIY synthesizer. Inspired by thing:284637 but completely different and takes only about 3 hours to print.

This design includes a front panel design in which you can print out on paper, laminate and glue to the front.

More info is provided on:


  1. Print the three parts.
  2. Use M3 standoffs to fasten the shruthi-PCBs to the bottom part.
  3. The back plate is secured with the jacks
  4. Mount the front panel.
  5. Print out the front panel overlay on a nice paper, laminate it and glue it to the front panel.
  6. Fasten the potmeters to the front panel.

It cant be simpler than this.
The OpenSCAD-file is provided. It is easy to change the openings for the buttons etc in case your buttons are of a different size.
By the way; the Shruthi should ideally be powered by 9V DC although the panel design states 12V :-)

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nice work!!

another option, since you got it into inkscape, for pretty cheap, you could get your design laser cut @ ponoko...I was surprised how cheap clear 2mm acrylic was....its cheap, very quick, you get your cut outs and engravings all on the same panel./...

keep it rocken!!