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50W chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Sat Apr 23, 2011 7:24 pm

So, the JTM45/100 chassis are in process and now it's time for the next chassis run. I'm thinking a 50W steel chassis is a good one to do. Here are some pictures of what the chassis will look like. As before, I am looking for at least ten people to commit to this run to make it a reality.

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Re: 50W chassis

Postby shakti » Mon Apr 25, 2011 4:37 am

Schwing! I'm in. :D
What's the ballpark price on these? And I assume they have the correct spacing on the front, so Sparky's excellent repro panels will fit?

Any chance for rear panels?
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Re: 50W chassis

Postby shakti » Mon Apr 25, 2011 5:37 am

Oh, and please hold a 1202-118 for me. :D
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Re: 50W chassis

Postby VintageCharlie » Tue Apr 26, 2011 4:05 pm

Looks great! But there wouldn't be a chance for a one-off with an impedance cutout that is meant for the old paxolin disc type and/or 69 and upwards selectors (both fit the same mounting holke and screw spacings, etc)? Also, is a 67/68 100w of the same nice steel possible in the future?

Thanks for doing this - i hope that there's more nice stuff like this coming in the future!

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Re: 50W chassis

Postby neikeel » Tue Apr 26, 2011 4:22 pm

VintageCharlie wrote:Looks great! But there wouldn't be a chance for a one-off with an impedance cutout that is meant for the old paxolin disc type and/or 69 and upwards selectors (both fit the same mounting holke and screw spacings, etc)? Also, is a 67/68 100w of the same nice steel possible in the future?
Thanks for doing this - i hope that there's more nice stuff like this coming in the future!
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It looks like George's layout which means the paxolins and windows will fit nicely, you just have to cut the plexipanel yourself to get a close fit 8)
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Re: 50W chassis

Postby 6burgh » Tue Apr 26, 2011 4:32 pm

I'm in for 1 Brian and I have a buddy who wants 1 as well. So Utah, make it 2!

Panels... now I need two sets for the 68 chassis and 2 more for these.

Now, what shall this become? 1987? JMP 2204? or a JCM 2204? Choices.
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Re: 50W chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Tue Apr 26, 2011 5:32 pm

This is a picture of George's chassis but I have my own 68 50W to work off of. Just wanted to make mention of that.

http://marstran.com/68%2010513.htm
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Re: 50W chassis

Postby valvestorm » Tue Apr 26, 2011 5:49 pm

Sign me up for a 50w chassis Brian!
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Re: 50W chassis

Postby 6burgh » Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:02 pm

Robert, you're fueling this because now you know that I'm coming to you for parts!!! You're diabolical. :twisted:
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Re: 50W chassis

Postby hdahs » Fri Apr 29, 2011 1:41 am

I'm in. I like this chassis because it is not punched for a voltage selector, which I'm not going to use. I'm fine either way with an IEC or a hardwired power cable. I Just need to find a set of front and rear faceplates to match this chassis. I know Brian has a front, not sure about the rear. I've also heard that Sparky on the Metro forum is a good source for these. I'm ready to get this ball rollin.
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Re: 50W chassis

Postby ReidarNikolai » Fri Apr 29, 2011 4:52 pm

I'm in for a chassis!!! 8)

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Re: 50W chassis

Postby hdahs » Mon May 09, 2011 8:57 pm

Any word on when and if these might come to fruition?

Thanks!

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Re: 50W chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Wed May 11, 2011 7:39 pm

I need the normal ten orders and then it will be three to four weeks to completion.
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Re: 50W chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Fri May 13, 2011 10:47 am

Just got back from the chassis shop and as with the 45/100 chassis, I can have a few changes in the run. This is what I'm thinking.

1) Both IEC and strain relief runs.

2) I would like to have the chassis punched for a top mount filter cap as well as the internal mounted filter cap. I would think two separate runs for this as well.

So basically this would be a partial run of early JTM/JMP chassis and a partial run of the later JMP chassis. As always, I prefer IEC connectors but strain relief can be used as well.

Give me your thoughts on this. I have 6 orders and when it hits 10 we can run.

The cost should be about $95 plus shipping.

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Re: 50W chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Sat Jun 04, 2011 8:44 pm

I'm ready to start the ball rolling on this chassis.

1) will have the internal side mounted filter cap, IEC, Modern ohms and voltage selectors.

2) will have the filter cap on top, IEC, Modern ohms and voltage selectors.
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