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Cool DIY acrylic cast case

Posted on Thursday, April 19th, 2012 in cases, DIY by DP

Robert designed this awesome looking headphone amplifier. The circuit is assembled without a PCB, and done very ascetically. It looks so good without a case, that it would have been a shame to stick in a plastic box. So he pored some clear acrylic into a mold, and made this cool looking case.

Via PCB heaven.

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  1. voidptr says:

    This is cute I need to try that !

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