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New Acrylic/Wood Yocto case

PostPosted: May 15th, '14, 21:15
by e-licktronic
Dear Diyer,

Here is the last design of the Yocto case. 5mm MDF woods side with 3mm black acrylic case.
you need to cut out 3mm on each side of the overlay to stick on the front panel
Here is EPS files :
Yocto_WoodAcryl_v1.1.rar
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Best regards,
e-licktronic

Re: New Acrylic/Wood Yocto case

PostPosted: May 15th, '14, 22:25
by gihaume
Magnifique!

Each side is 3 layers of 5mm MDF ? They looks like 15-20mm.

Re: New Acrylic/Wood Yocto case

PostPosted: Jun 3rd, '14, 14:03
by elhambre
Wow! This look killer! How much are the wood sides from Ponoko?

Re: New Acrylic/Wood Yocto case

PostPosted: Jun 4th, '14, 06:04
by krisbo
Does this design use the same nuts and bolts as the original case which were included with the kit?

Re: New Acrylic/Wood Yocto case

PostPosted: Jun 4th, '14, 11:01
by e-licktronic
krisbo wrote:Does this design use the same nuts and bolts as the original case which were included with the kit?


You need 8 extra M4x30mm screws with nuts for the wood side .

Re: New Acrylic/Wood Yocto case

PostPosted: Jun 4th, '14, 12:41
by krisbo
Cool.

I had Online Laser Cutting (Australian mob) quote me on the new and the original design. I went with the original because they can only do 4mm MDF but they accidentally cut the new version. They're sending me the original tomorrow but I' just the MDF parts shy of the new case. I may have to get someone to cut the MDF pieces for me then I can pick my favourite.

Re: New Acrylic/Wood Yocto case

PostPosted: Jun 8th, '14, 01:38
by Snoozr
Ponoko US only has MDF in 6.4mm and 3.2mm. Which would be better? Will 6.4mm be too thick for the screws or 3.2mm too thin? Thanks for any tips :D

Re: New Acrylic/Wood Yocto case

PostPosted: Jun 16th, '14, 18:56
by Giorgio
think this new design could be made with all acrylic instead of MDF? I don't see why not but figured I'd ask