LM Cases

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About LM Cases

LM Cases has been designing and manufacturing custom road 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.

Yamaha TF1 Installed FOH Workstation

This custom installed workstation was designed for a Yamaha TF1 console. The workstation features all black hardware and is used in a front of house application in a church. 

The case is built from ¾” Baltic Birch plywood finished with black textured coating. The console is fitted in a custom compartment that contours its shape. The sides are 1.5” thick and feature vent cutouts. The console is held in position by its feet by custom marine grade plastic brackets.

A 16RU rack section is provided for equipment storage. The rack section features a front pocket door which slides into the side of the case via glides during use. The back of the rack features a removable lid with custom vents. The vents in the rear lid are made from pressed expanded metal that has a 1/8” radius on all edges. 

Power and signal are brought into the case via LM Tour Systems power inlet box. The box features a punch for a Hubbell 5278 recessed male inlet. In this system, the customer requested a Powercon inlet with the option to change back to an Edison AC if needed. The LM Tour Systems 5278 To D-Series Adapter Plate was used to convert the 5278 cutouts to a D-Punch. The inlet box also features 4 D-Punches for customer installed connectors. A 15ft LM Tour Systems Powercon – Edison cable was provided for power. 

Black Penn Elcom handles and Southco slam latches were provided for hardware. The case rides on 4” Colson 4” x 2” casters. The front 2 casters are locking. 

 

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