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  • Ballpark Estimate

    I was just wondering if you could give me a ballpark estimate for a profile 2 enclosure for a computer with the following dimensions:


    17" wide x 18" deep x 6" high


    There will be a cutout in the front panel for a DVD drive and the back panel will have cutouts similar to that on the back of a computer.


    A rough estimate is all I need before deciding whether to go ahead and design it in FPD.





    Posted By: S H on Nov 04, 2009 07:11AM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • IEC and DVI macro



    Does anyone have a macro item for a standard IEC panel mount (male) and a DVI female panel mount? Someone must have used them before because they are so common!!



    Posted By: Daniel Black on Oct 24, 2009 06:47AM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • Application exception

    a error occur,“Application exception, unknown software exception(0x0eedfade),address is 0x7c812afb”


    when I install completed and run it...system give me above message...not only on my machine,also on other people's machine..


    how can I resolve this problem?

    Posted By: YuLiang Hua on Oct 24, 2009 06:32AM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • Front Panel Designer for Mac?? Anybody having this problem?

    I need a cross over program so I can run Front Panel Express designer or a program that will work like it. Hopefully one that is free.


    Can Anyone point me in the right direction for something that would work on my Powerbook G4 running 10.4.11 ? Thanks



    Posted By: Andy Bowenkamp on Oct 14, 2009 04:05AM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • Looking for EDAC connector objects



    Does anyone know if there are library or macro objects available for EDAC connectors, mainly 56 and 90?





    Posted By: Greg Loskorn on Sep 24, 2009 01:00AM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • Duplex outlet macro objects?

    Does any one have macro objects for duplex electrical outlets? I'm building a power conditioner and would like to attach the outlets directly to the front pannel (with three screws each).


    Thanks in advance,


    Posted By: Patrick Kopson on Jun 26, 2009 07:50PM Category: Front Panel Designer

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