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  • Object Properties Gone

    This has happened before, I'll load up a project I'd been working on and the Object Properties window is gone. I can't get it back by selecting the menu item in the View menu. This is annoying because the only way to view an object's position, other than that window, is the "Move/Rotate" dialog. How do I get my Object Properties window back?

     

    Posted By: Matt Watkins on Mar 29, 2010 08:38PM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • Mac???

    Any plans to release a version for the mac?

    Posted By: Steven Glaze on Mar 20, 2010 08:41AM Category: Whishes

  • housing bracket dimensions

    I need to use an inner panel in my enclosure to hang a potentiometer and I am planning to use housing brackets to fix it to the enclosure.

     

    What are the dimensions of the bracket?

     

    Thanks

    Gianluca

    Posted By: gianluca sperti on Feb 25, 2010 04:31PM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • Side Profile 1 Dimensions

    I'm building an enclosure using the side profile 1 assemblies. I need a bit more information so I can determine the height of my circuit board within the enclosure. What are the dimensions C, D, E, and F in the drawing below? I cannot find this information in the enclosure manual. Thank you.

     

     

    Posted By: Glen Akins on Feb 21, 2010 06:33PM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • Templates for HiFi2000 Enclosures

    Hello,

    I'm building a project for which I will use two HiFi 2000 enclosures.

    The GX388 and the GX283.

    Do you have any templates for the front and rear panels please?

     

    Andy

    Posted By: Andy Michael on Jan 24, 2010 12:24PM Category: Front Panel Designer

  • raw aluminum condition

    I have a panel to be made soon for which the exposed raw aluminum at the cut edges is unacceptable, so we will need to get them anodized afterward. So I selected the raw aluminum material in the software and was warned that you do not guarantee surface condition.

     

    Is the condition going to be good enough that I can buff out imperfections before anodizing, or am I better off ordering an anodized panel and having it stripped and re-anodized afterward?

     

    I don't need a polished surface, my buffing would end up with a brush finish if that makes a difference.

     

    Thanks in advance,

    -Ed

    Posted By: Ed Heitzman on Jan 12, 2010 08:40PM Category: Production

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