Several constructors have put their µBITx in a Go Box for portable/emergency use, but this is one of the best looking results yet.
Daimon G4USI has used a 3D printer to produce a very professional looking front panel.
This is a re-mix of DU2RK’s uBitx Case, and the re-worked front panel of this case by AngelDMercedes.
Daimon wanted a different case, one he could build into an existing flight case to create a Go-Box for HF. He remixed the ideas above to create a case which fitted his flight case perfectly, but with every control and function sitting on the top panel.
In the strictest sense this is not a full case. It is a top and two vented sides. There is not a bottom, front or back panel – the flight case provides the structure.
On the top photo you can see a 12v 5a power supply and mic in the space to the left of the rig. Daimon now has a home-brew EFHW multi-band antenna, SOTA Beams ATU and miscellaneous portable QRP operating items in the right hand compartment. Everything, in fact, that he needs for portable QRP HF.