Re: [AH] sliding rack sides

From Richard Lainhart
Sent Thu, Apr 10th 2008, 23:12

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You could also repurpose a sliding rack shelf like this:

http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/SLE1/

or this:

http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/SSL/

I doubt that a single-space shelf would fit a Mackie, but for that,  
maybe a taller shelf or drawer would work:

http://www.proformance.net/slidingshelf.htm


>
> DIY as far as I know.
>
> Head to your local home improvement store and look at the sliding  
> rail options. They come in a lot of different strengths and provide  
> different levels of "slop in the rail".
>
> The rig in that pic wouldn't be too hard to set up. You'll wanna get  
> some blank rail (Atlantic) then lay it on top of the sliders to get  
> an idea of how it all fits together. Once you have the pieces in  
> front of you, I think you'll find a way to do it. :)
>
> Mark
> -------
> magnetize (01:33 PM 4/10/2008) wrote:
> >does anyone know where i can get sliding sides for a rack that  
> would, for
> >example, allow me to rackmount my mackie 1202 & control freak (for my
> >microwave1 - analogue content....hehe) facing upwards and slide it  
> back in
> >for easy transport.
> >
> >its hard to explain but you can see what i mean in this tim exile  
> video.
> >he's got his doepfer regelwerk setup this way :
> >
> >http://www.native-instruments.com/index.php?id=exilemovie&L=1&ftu=94d6a9ac55
> >58453
> >
> >http://www.iolfree.ie/~blingbling/1.jpg
> >
> >ive looked but the nearest i can find is this :
> >
> >http://www.digiconcepts.com/chenbro_caseaccessories_05.htm
> >
> >but they dont have the rackholes on the top.
> >
> >will this be a diy effort or can they be bought??
>




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