An updated, corrected and simplified version of my Eurorack Stripboard is available!
If you haven’t read my previous (fail) attempt… this is the version 1.2. I removed the thin mesh of traces, they were totally inefficient anyway.
I always needed to have, in my drawers, a quick and easy way to assemble and prototype some small synth modules.
I think this the most convenient way to build a simple module. You just use it as a standard stripboard PCB but with neat additions.
The Eurorack power supply interface is almost complete: there’s room and tracks for a 16 pins connector with silkcreened signal marks, filtering capacitors and bead filters or protection diodes.
You can use up to 5 potentiometers or 5 Cliff style Jack connectors. Potentiometers can be any of 9 or 16 mm types, Alpha PKN160 for example.
Here are some examples:
The layout is pretty simple: strips, strips, strips. More than 60 horizontal 4 and 5 pin strips. One long 30 pin strip per power supply rail and two for ground.
5 thoughts on “Eurorack Stripboard 1.2”
Is the Eurorack stripboard available anywhere? Looks like zero stock at both Tindie and Ebay. Would really like to buy some!
Yep sorry, stock is empty right now.
But more Eurorack Stripboards will be available again in a couple weeks!
Hey, really nice idea. I’m just wondering if your PCB Design is open source or if it would be possible to get the design files from you.
Hi David. Im new to euro rack. Seeking to build my own modules. Interested in your stripboard pcb. But a little confused. How do I go about putting in wire links like on any stripboard layout. How would I link several boards together.
Also I always thought stripboard worked on a basis of several vertical tracks and not vertical. Sorry a little confused.