Monday, 8 May 2017

Auduino Synth - 3D Enclosure

In my last LIVE from the Lab Youtube stream, I constructed a temporary breadboard version of the Auduino Synth using an Arduino Nano.

But, this is the kind of project that is so much fun, you will most likely want a permanent version to add to your musical toys. So I decided to create a 3D printable enclosure and transfer the circuit to an Adafruit Perma-Proto board.

Watch the video below to see a live demonstration of the circuit board construction. You can download the Arduino Code, Schematics, and STL files for your 3D printer HERE.





Parts List (With Amazon affiliate links)

5 - 10K Ohm Potentiometers - Linear (P160KNP-0EC15B10K - from Digi-Key)
1 - Adafruit Perma-Proto - Half Size PCB
1 - Arduino Nano (clone version)
1 - 6N138 Optocoupler
1 - 1n914 Diode
1 - 1/4" Phone Jack (Mono)
1 -  5 Pin Midi Jack (Panel Mount)
1 - 2.1mm DC Power Jack
1 - 33nF Polyester Film Capacitor
1 - 100uF 25V Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)
1- 4 Position DIP Switch
1 - 220 Ohm Resistor
1 - 1K Ohm Resistor
1 - 2.2K Ohm Resistor
1 - 470 Ohm Resistor

Tools used in video

FlashForge Creator Pro - 3D printer
HATCHBOX - ABS Filament (Black)
Hakki FX888D - Soldering Station
Aven 17010 - Circuit Board Holder
22 Gauge - Solid Wire
22 Gauge - Stranded Wire







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