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Chassis Enclosure for a 7-Channel amplifier

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Well, this is my first build for a 7-Channel amplifier with my mentor @ADBG using an off-the-shelf PCB.

We’ve designed the enclosure meeting the EU specs& I’ve chosen the material, rendered it in NX.

Now wanting to find some fabricator who can help me get this done. Any thoughts?? Enclosure Rendering here
 

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Add flanges on cover which will act as stopper. And add chamfer or round on all edges. Sharps edge might hurt while installing.
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I've ensured there are no sharp edges in my design & probably when you look at the detailed drawing, you might feel that they're better.
BTW, flanges on cover will attract more dust! Since mine is a digital board based amp. I wouldn't like to have this added.
 

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I've ensured there are no sharp edges in my design & probably when you look at the detailed drawing, you might feel that they're better.
BTW, flanges on cover will attract more dust! Since mine is a digital board based amp. I wouldn't like to have this added.

I dont know how flanges would attract more dust. Flanges will give stiffness to your cover. And actually cover your opening between chassis and top cover.
 

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I've ensured there are no sharp edges in my design & probably when you look at the detailed drawing, you might feel that they're better.
BTW, flanges on cover will attract more dust! Since mine is a digital board based amp. I wouldn't like to have this added.

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Dear Sadik, thank you on the detail.
I actually meant the slots would bring more dust.

My design was to have the top plates resting in the base portion as you can see in the video
 
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