After a longer break, summer and autumn have passed, I picked up the work on my TTSH again. The TTSH is working, but not ready yet. Of course I still need to build a case for it. I never got to that last year. My idea was to have some space for additional modules below to the TTSH. I came up with following design:

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Front View of Case Design
Designed with QCAD software, TTSH front panel inserted.
Front View of Case Design

I had some pieces of (beech) wood cut in the right sizes. Thickness is 18mm, depth of the case is 25cm. This allowed me to build up the case base:

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Building the TTSH Case
With space for some additional modules below the TTSH.
Building the TTSH Case

Adding aluminum rails to mount the TTSH panel and four 15cm x 5cm (L-shape) aluminum panels at the bottom:

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Building the TTSH Case
With rails to mount the TTSH panel and (still) empty panels for additional modules at the bottom.
Building the TTSH Case

The bottom panels will undergo some post processing to mount jacks, potentiometers, etc. for various extensions.

Mounting the TTSH panel:

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Building the TTSH Case
With mounted and switched on TTSH panel.
Building the TTSH Case

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Building the TTSH Case
Backside with mounted TTSH panel and reverb tank.
Temporary location of power supply.
Building the TTSH Case

Meanwhile there's more:

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Inside the TTSH Case
Backside view.
Inside the TTSH Case

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TTSH in Case with Midi2CV and Power Supply Panels
TTSH in Case with Midi2CV and Power Supply Panels

The middle two panels will be used in future for further extensions.


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