Pollysynth V1.0

Case for a simple polyphonic synthensizer


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Joe Marshall


More on the PollySynth in our hackerspace's wiki. https://devlol.org/wiki/TomK32/PollySynth

The box is based on Printbus' improved generic box and also uses and WarrantyVoider's rounded corners and nophead's polyhole libraries for OpenSCAD. I'm quite proud of the battery holder, the most complicated thing I created from scratch so far and it worked right away!

The box fits a 10x5cm copper plated PCB glued to the lid, a speaker, a small pcb with a battery charge controller, on/off switch and audio jack output. The brains of the whole thing is a Arduino Nano. It is powered by an 18650 battery that also prevents the copper plate from being pushed in.

Software is by Joe Marshall who happened to have created it for the very same reason I did. http://www.cs.nott.ac.uk/~pszjm2/?p=605

The case was printed by my friends MarchGut and the assembly, design etc at my favourite place of all, DevLoL Hackerspace.



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Mini il 570xn.1343682359 2jz9The 3D printing Guy commented ago

Thank you! Adds a lot of value to me.

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