My new cMoy case.

By isendev.

 Posted on 2012/07/26 18:10.

 Tagged as: audio, diy.

I've been working in a case for my new cMoy build using a Hammond 70009 diecast aluminum enclosure. This is an IP54 compliant box with dimensions of 92 x 92 x 38 millimeters. To install all the in/out connectors, holes were drilled around the case using a drill press.

After that, the paint process started: Two acid primer coats and 600 grit wet sanding were required to prepare the surface.

After deeply cleaning the parts to remove all the sanding dust, acrylic paint and clear coats were applied to obtain a sleek glossy finish.

Finally, I installed four through-hole rubber pads on the bottom cover to prevent the enclosure from sliding off the table. Now, It's ready to house the cMoy PCB and its stuff (cables, connectors and switches).