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Old 10th September 2014, 04:04 PM   #1
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Default Front Panel Designer files + photo's of your projects

Designing a front or rear panel can be a pain and it is great to learn from others. I have spent many hours looking at photo's of commercial and DIY amps before deciding what the rear panel of my Aleph-J should look like. I know, it's only a rear panel that not many people will every see, but I wanted to do it right.

I hope others can be inspired and will add more files to this thread.
To avoid cluttering up the thread please let's not make this a discussion thread. I would like it to become a repository of great ideas and examples.
Keep it simple. Upload FPD files, photos and descriptions. I look forward to seeing some great projects.

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Old 10th September 2014, 04:12 PM   #2
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Default Aleph-J rear panel

FPD file and photo of my Aleph-J rear panel.
The case is from modushop, a 4U 400mm Dissipante.
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File Type: jpg Aleph J rear panel diyaudio upload - kopie.jpg (160.5 KB, 197 views)
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File Type: zip Rear panel AJ.zip (832 Bytes, 17 views)
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Old 10th September 2014, 04:22 PM   #3
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Thanks Albert.
This can turn into a very useful (and time-saving!) thread.
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Old 10th September 2014, 04:28 PM   #4
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Please do not hijack this thread within minutes of its creation.

This thread is for people who would like to learn by seeing what others have done using FPD.
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Please do not hijack this thread within minutes of its creation.

This thread is for people who would like to learn by seeing what others have done using FPD.
No problem
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Please do not hijack this thread within minutes of its creation.

This thread is for people who would like to learn by seeing what others have done using FPD.
Just to let you know, NO ONE can use your design with different connectors right ? That was the point ... @ last post description with design and FPD files what connectors are used, and link to place where to get them ... This should be useful ...
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In order to keep this thread as clean as possible, I have opened a new discussion thread at:
Front Panel Designer files + photo's of your projects DISCUSSION

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