[AMRadio] Great resource for anal homebrewers!


Rick Brashear rickbras at airmail.net
Wed Feb 8 13:49:38 EST 2006


Cool page... THANKS!

Rick/K5IZ

Craig Roberts wrote:

> I like my homebrew projects to look as professional as possible. One 
> difficulty in achieving the "commercial" look has been fabricating the 
> front panel. An electric drill, a can of spray paint and a Dymo label 
> maker just doesn't do it when you're as, umm, "particular" as I am.
>
> Well, I've found a terrific resource for folks like me.  It's a 
> company that offers front panel machining and finishing services plus 
> free CAD software to design your own.  They may also be useful for 
> restorers who wish to replicate a front panel from the days of yore.
> The U.S. website is at: http://www.frontpanelexpress.com/
>
> This outfit, based in Seattle, is a subsidiary of a German company. 
> Their website is more amply illustrated than the U.S. counterpart and 
> is worth visiting:
>
> http://www.schaeffer-apparatebau.de/index.php?&option=com_frontpage&Itemid=205&lang=en 
>
>
> Have fun. Now you can stop borrowing your buddy's expensive Greenlee 
> punches.
>
> 73,
>
> Craig
> W3CRR
>
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