I don't know if the additional screening is worth it (not having it does mean there is a nice airflow past the tubes) or how to iclude it in a simple and cheap many.
Screening without blocking airflow suggests... a screen.
HiHave a look here:http://www.fischerelektronik.de/fileadmin/fischertemplates/download/Katalog/cases.pdfsection N36 to 47 starting page 105F design page 107I design page 108Side note, for your tube PSU sub enclosure there is option with heatsinks extrusion.BestZam
One problem is that nearly all the designs have the top surface of the PCB 14.2mm from the left side of the front panel. I have some modules that I want to make stereo so this severely limits these modules. The 'I' module is the only one where the PCB surface is only 3.9 from the left edge of the front panel which makes them suitable for stereo modules. Unfortunately, the PCB cover is made of plastic!.
For the I design, as far as adjacent module face a shielding panel maybe it's not a problem to have only a mechanical plastic protection ?
I don't look deeper but maybe it's possible to have this thin protection made of sandwich plastic/metal, few old studer eurocard I have use this kind of cover at this exact same place.
Ian, have you tried something like this?
I see. I co-own a gigantic precision laser cutting machine with my buddies, so I don't manually cut or drill holes anymore. When I'm making panels/enclosures, the only manual labor I do besides that is bending, installing nuts/standoffs, and powder coating. For panel artwork, I just pay another friend of mine who's in the UV printing business.I could propose a trade or something, but I guess doing so outside the proper channel will probably get myself banned/hated.