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  • Pelican case panels

    Would any kind soul out there have something I could use as a template for an 1150 or 1400 case panel template?

     

    I'm not a mechanical guy, and I would prefer to take as much uncertanity out of this as possible. Thanks! :D

    Posted By: David VanHorn on Apr 23, 2009 03:08PM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • Templates

    Templates for commonly used enclosures would be a good thing.

    For example, I'll be needing Pelican 1400 and 1150 panels soon. I'd love to be able to start with a known template, and just add the bits I need. Stormcases, etc would be a very good idea.

    Posted By: David VanHorn on Apr 23, 2009 03:06PM Category: Whishes

  • Recommendation for off-the-shelf 2U and 3U enclosures?

    I would love to use FPD to make custom front and rear panels for otherwise-off-the-shelf rackmount boxes. We currently use the ET series from ConnectTech, but I don't think that will work as-is, because their front sub-panels and their rear panels have bent flanges for attaching to the rest of the box.

     

    I can't send the included panels to FPE because they're steel.

     

    I can't use a FPE-fabricated panel as-is because I don't have the ability to bend the metal afterward.

     

    Does anyone have a recommendation for a 2U and 3U box (19" rackmount) with front and rear panels that can be machined by FPE and used without further processing?

     

    Thanks!

    Posted By: Steven Kan on Mar 26, 2009 09:20PM Category: Production

  • AutoCAD/DXF Overlay?

    In the absence of a true AutoCAD/DXF import feature, which would be very complex, would it be possible to add a feature to simply display an AutoCAD/DXF drawing within FPD so that we can "trace" over it?

     

    All of our existing designs are done in AutoCAD, and when we want to reproduce something in FPD there is a lot of manual comparison between the original and the FPD to ensure that everything is the same.

     

    I'm envisioning a "layer" that contains the rendering of the AutoCAD panel that can be quickly toggled on/off with a hotkey. This would make for very fast visual comparison of any differences in the original and the FPD version.

     

    Of course true AutoCAD/DXF import would be even better!

    Posted By: Steven Kan on Mar 26, 2009 08:53PM Category: Whishes

  • Engraving Tool Size Question

    My panel is 160mm by 430 mm.

    It will be a few scale( size about 40-50 mm) placed over there.

    I confuse what tool size to choose for a proper in-fill color placement.

    Could you advice from your experience?

    I would prefer to see some photos or pictures how it looks like with different tool size.

    Thanks

     

    Posted By: Pavel Perchine on Mar 02, 2009 11:43PM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • Painted panels

    Are there any issues related to machining painted panels? I'd like to have panels made from painted (brown, textured) 19"-rack mount panels, which naturally I would provide.

    Posted By: Mike Meier on Jan 27, 2009 05:26AM Category: Production

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