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Moog MU panels

Posted: Fri May 04, 2018 5:41 pm
by Redback-mike
Hi everyone
I have been tooling up to produce mu panels for myself and I wondered if any of you would be interested in custom mu panels.
I can provide anodised panels etched just like the original Moog modules with the same flanges and cutouts.
I can't provide a hole punching service as yet but if there is enough demand I could tool up for that too.
Panels can be built in mu width as large as you require.
I'm just gauging interest at the moment. Below is an example of the metal work
Examples of graphics Ill post up hopefully in the next few days.
IMG_6070.jpg

Re: Moog MU panels

Posted: Wed Jun 20, 2018 12:02 am
by jsharpphoto
Where are you located? I'm always interested in anodized panels.

Re: Moog MU panels

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 8:06 am
by GregAE
jsharpphoto wrote:Where are you located? I'm always interested in anodized panels.

Curious to see your modular arrangement, I clicked on the links in your signature. Neither is valid. Thought you'd want to know.

Re: Moog MU panels

Posted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 1:39 pm
by jsharpphoto
GregAE wrote:
jsharpphoto wrote:Where are you located? I'm always interested in anodized panels.

Curious to see your modular arrangement, I clicked on the links in your signature. Neither is valid. Thought you'd want to know.


Thanks for letting me know. I don't frequent the forum much anymore, and I've already changed cases a few times since those modular grid pages. I actually have all my modules out on the table in my office right now because I'm building yet another case. I was up to a 3P configuration, with the 1 row expansion cabinets on top of the 3 P cabs, but I needed to scale back.

Re: Moog MU panels

Posted: Sat Dec 01, 2018 4:47 pm
by Analogue
Hi,

Just saw this post. Not sure how far you've come since the original post in May but I'd be very interested to see some samples of your etched panels. Offering punching as well would seem academic to anyone wanting panels I expect. How are you generating the etch-graphics: by supplied artwork? Digital or photo-transparency?

Where are you located?

Regards,
ch