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Replay Board Casing --- anyone?
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Author:  espskog [ Wed Oct 05, 2011 7:43 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Replay Board Casing --- anyone?

Greg.0 wrote:
Pending the Replay Board...

I received a mini-Itx case that can be use with the board...
It's in plastic ... Back in the days ! Plastic rulez ;)

Nothing extravagant.. 20x20x6 cm. It use a standard Itx back panel. There is a lighting ON button on the front (should work with the RB).
The board must be fixed "head down" and a 2"5 / 3"5 can be screwed to the bottom...

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Hey! I have that cabinet myself. I payed $30 on ebay for it. It is very nice. Replay board fits nice, but there is no possibility to screw it to the cabinet apart from via the two front holes on the replay board by the connectors. You need to glue some nuts to the casing so you get a supporting screw on the back of the replay board. You'll see it when you get it. It is a very easy fix. The cabinet is nice. The LED inside the powerbutton is what I use for floppy-drive led, and I use the button itself for getting into the menu. That way I can skip having a keyboard connected :)

Espen

Author:  Greg.0 [ Fri Oct 07, 2011 1:48 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Replay Board Casing --- anyone?

Today I contacted an amateur carpenter to study the creation of a mini cab like an iCade. I'll keep you informed.
I also received a case of a Atari 65XE (with keyboard). I also would like to equip it with a Replay Board one day.
Many possibilities to explore, but I have no "Replay Board"...
I hope I can be in the next batch! ;-)

Author:  RoC [ Thu Feb 09, 2012 10:09 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Replay Board Casing --- anyone?

Hello All,

In the meantime that I receive the FPGArcade board I would like to buy a mini-ITX case.

I have found this one http://www.testseek.com/labs/reviews/review-of-nox-itx-fantastic-mini-itx-case/?p=2038 however despite it is mini-ITX I am not sure whether the board will fit nicely into it. Moreover, I hope the power suply is the right one for the board

Any suggestion? What do you think?

Thanks

Author:  MMfgh [ Sat Feb 18, 2012 10:48 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Replay Board Casing --- anyone?

Someone should make a 3d model of a a600 (or a3000 to fit the daughterboard) scaled down and designed to fit the replay, and we can have them 3D printed from shapeways.com.
Now that would be a suitable cabinet!

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