The Millett Hybrid MiniMAX is designed to be used with the Lansing MicroPak series enclosures,
specifically, the CT1 or DT1. The MiniMAX Team has specifically designed the DT1 case for custom machining and silkscreening from Lansing. It is possible, however, to manually construct either the Lansing CT1 or DT1 case with conventional drilling. Refer to the CT1 page for complete details and drilling templates.
Below are the actual drawings used to manufacture the MiniMAX custom Lansing DT1 case. The MiniMAX Team recommends this case and case design as the best solution for your MiniMAX. Remember that the 1" height restriction applies for either choice: CT1 or DT1 case.
Note: The board is supported through the center hole and the bottom of the case center hole. Use a 4mm standoff. We recommend a 5mm long M3x0.5 screw with a lock washer and flat washer on top of the board. Use a 4mm long M3x0.5 screw with a flat washer on the bottom of the case. The lock washer for the longer screw on top of the PCB will prevent that screw from loosening first, which could be bad since you can't get to it once the case is buttoned up. The shorter screw with only a flat washer on the bottom of the case should provide easy removal of the PCB when needed. Do not attempt to plug tubes in or out without this center support assembly in place.
Millett MiniMAX Casework Drawings
Overall Reference (right-click to download the following):
These are 3D CAD raytraced-renderings used to visualize and market the new case design.
Click on the image above for a special version of a PDF file. The file contains an imbedded 3D model that can be rotated and zoomed in and out with your PC's mouse. Adobe Acrobat 7 or later required (Acrobat 9 preferred).