compatible with classic MIDI Sprouts - printed from PLA - four colors availableDesigned by 13-37 electronics, Ships from Germany
What is it? A 3D printed enclosure for my MIDI Biodata Sonification Device v2.1 or classic MIDI Sprouts. Why did you make it? I needed something more robust than the classic cardboard enclosure for...Read More…
A 3D printed enclosure for my MIDI Biodata Sonification Device v2.1 or classic MIDI Sprouts.
I needed something more robust than the classic cardboard enclosure for my MIDI Biodata Sonification Devices. Inspired by a design from one of my early customers, I finally came up with this.
It consists of four individual parts:
You can select the color for each part in the options.
The design is also open source - you can print it by yourself or order it from a 3D printing service if you want a different color than I have here.
I'm also happy to add another color if it's not too exotic. Just leave me a message and we'll see.
The latest design revision is also compatible with classic/original MIDI Sprouts from DataGarden.
You could then use the button hole for the CV output mod - or upgrade your existing MIDI-Sprout with the firmware of my MIDI Biodata Sonification Device to make use of it.
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