I think you could make one relatively easily, as there are two brass screw fittings on the side to help you attach the stand to the case, just becareful with screw length to not touch the modules. ( ideally I’d say when you fit, remove the modules near to these so you can see inside the case)
Also as AEM is so light you’ll only need a lightweight stand too.
I was going to make one, then decided to defer in case I wanted a second case, so would combine. Still might do, but I’d need to see it fits in with my desk/shelves
I definitely agree a laptop stand works brilliant. I would like to see something to connect cases together possibly using the threaded holes on the side. I believe Robert said he was possibly working on something that attaches to the module mounting screws on the back
Been doing a little research here, with an eye toward a dual 2-row configuration (eventually). Here's what I came up with out of Perfect Circuit's stock, both in single and dual-tier:
3D WAVES: the following will work: MPC Live (2-row, 15 degree angle), Novation Peak (2-row, 25 degrees), OB-6 (2-row _minus 1"_, 30 degrees), 9U Eurorack (can fit a 2-row and 1-row, or two 2-rows _minus 1"_).
ULTIMATE: MDS-100 (2-row, but _side clamps cannot be used;_ this can also expand to 2 tiers of 2-rows with the MDS-X expander).
That's it thus far. Again, this is something that I'll definitely be needing, so it's an ongoing research topic for me right now. If anything pops up, I'll drop another post.
EDIT: Yep, knew I should've checked Thomann as well. So, also...
RELOOP: Controller Station (bottom tier can hold a 2-row AND a 1-row, top tier holds a 2-row), Controller Station 2 (2-rows on both tiers). These also can adjust to a width wider than the AE case itself, so those who want solid end support on the cabs might find these very useful.
Last Edit: Sept 23, 2018 0:26:21 GMT by Lugia: more info!