JTM45/100 Chassis

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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Roe » Thu Apr 07, 2011 10:39 am

Brian Wallace wrote:The back of the chassis? I can ask about this but I'm not sure on how flexible the chassis shop is.


I'm also interested in this since I want to build on of the last aluminum chassis amps with the golden backplate
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Thu Apr 07, 2011 5:45 pm

OK, I asked about the blank back panels and having IEC and Bulgin ports made and this is cool with them. All I have to do is supply three drawings for these different chassis.
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Roe » Thu Apr 07, 2011 5:59 pm

absolutely great Brian, money sent
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby AJW » Fri Apr 08, 2011 2:20 pm

I was just going to accept whatever choice the majority wanted, but I prefer the IEC connector if either are available. Thanks!
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Ogoki » Fri Apr 08, 2011 4:23 pm

Good to hear about the un-drilled rear, etc. Thanks for indulging us, Brian.

Hey Roe, are you going with typical Black Flag guts and trannies?
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Roe » Fri Apr 08, 2011 5:36 pm

Ogoki wrote:Good to hear about the un-drilled rear, etc. Thanks for indulging us, Brian.

Hey Roe, are you going with typical Black Flag guts and trannies?


yes were thinking about jtm45 frontpanel and superlead backpanel like some of the 67 amps had. it will take some time due to little cash
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Ogoki » Mon Apr 11, 2011 10:07 am

Roe wrote:yes were thinking about jtm45 frontpanel and superlead backpanel like some of the 67 amps had. it will take some time due to little cash


Yeah, exactly. Luckily I've had the trannies, boards, and various other components stockpiled for a few years now.
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Roe » Thu Apr 28, 2011 8:55 am

money sent for another chassis (this time a standard super 100 amplifier chassis for the white blackplate)
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Mon May 02, 2011 9:49 pm

OK, I finally got three drawings for the three chassis "done". Now I have some questions.

1) The "dead on" back panel is drawn for the original selectors, this means they are too small for the modern selectors. Is this cool with everyone? I would rather use modern hole sizes as who can find these old selectors.

2) The "dead on" chassis also has the offset anchor holes, I would rather have cage nuts.

3) Spot welded corners are a no brainer right?

I need to have some answers from everyone involved as it is time consuming for me and it's consuming time by not being done yet. :)
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Roe » Tue May 03, 2011 12:57 pm

Brian Wallace wrote:OK, I finally got three drawings for the three chassis "done". Now I have some questions.

1) The "dead on" back panel is drawn for the original selectors, this means they are too small for the modern selectors. Is this cool with everyone? I would rather use modern hole sizes as who can find these old selectors.

2) The "dead on" chassis also has the offset anchor holes, I would rather have cage nuts.

3) Spot welded corners are a no brainer right?

I need to have some answers from everyone involved as it is time consuming for me and it's consuming time by not being done yet. :)


Brian,

1 either one is fine by me
2 yes to cage nuts
3 yes a no brainer :D
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby blooze » Tue May 03, 2011 3:08 pm

Would like a 45 100 aluminum chassis too.
If possible with
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Modern voltage and modern impedance selectors
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Welded corners
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Cage nuts
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IEC cut out
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Will the white back plate have the super printing too?

For the front I will use an old jtm45 front plate from metro.

let me know and I will pay pal you. :)
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Ogoki » Wed May 04, 2011 12:13 am

Spot-welded corner are great by me. Cage nuts are too - don't know if that concerns me and my blank rear... :)
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Wed May 04, 2011 11:38 pm

OK, so it's this way.

1) My chassis: modern selectors, IEC, cage nuts and welded corners.

2) Second version with modern selectors, bulgin, cage nuts and welded corners.

3) Third version with a black back panel, cage nuts and welded corners.

This is it, I need to send the chassis shop the drawings to finish these things up and get on to the next chassis. :)
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby truamp » Thu May 05, 2011 10:27 pm

Brian,

My choice is
1) Your chassis: modern selectors, IEC, cage nuts and welded corners.

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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Roe » Sat May 07, 2011 5:23 am

Brian Wallace wrote:OK, so it's this way.

1) My chassis: modern selectors, IEC, cage nuts and welded corners.

2) Second version with modern selectors, bulgin, cage nuts and welded corners.

3) Third version with a black back panel, cage nuts and welded corners.

This is it, I need to send the chassis shop the drawings to finish these things up and get on to the next chassis. :)


Brian,

one 3) and one 1)
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