About LM Cases
LM Cases has been designing and manufacturing carrying and reusable shipping cases since 1985. We serve a variety of markets, including business, industry, government, military, entertainment and sports.
We love our work, and it shows in the quality of our products. Each of our cases is built by hand, one at a time, at our new 43,000-sq-ft. manufacturing facility in Youngstown, Ohio. Practical, ergonomic design – combined with superior materials and expert craftsmanship – result in the finest protective cases on the market today.
Avid S6L-32 Console Case w/Doghouse And Monitor Storage
This case was built for Maryland Sound International to hold an Avid S6L-32 mixing console. The case interior is designed as a mirror image of console, the foam follows all the contours of the desk for the ultimate support in any orientation. A custom doghouse is included for a finished look in addition to two monitor mount posts allowing monitors to be positioned on either side of the console.
The case interior features a minimum of 2" of foam around all points of the console. The rear of the console is cradled by custom CNC cut Crosslink foam blocks contouring the unique shape of monitor wing. Crosslink foam is a Class A surface which will not scratch the surface of the console during transit when the the case is on its wheels. The case tray features 2 monitor mount posts allowing monitors to be positioned on either side of the console during use. A single monitor storage compartment is mounted in the lid allowing the monitor to travel with the console as a package. The doghouse is built out of 3/4" Baltic Birch finished with black texture coating. 2 removable access panels are mounted on the back of the doghouse for quick access to connections during a show.
The exterior case is built out of 1/2" plywood laminated with black ABS plastic. The case features 16 deep recessed handles, 4" Colson casters, custom MSI silkscreen and a recessed Le Mark PAL label dish for a dry erase show lable.
Special thanks to MSI for a great project!