Frap Tools were on hand to show off their new case designs at the NAMM show this year. Last year they released their innovative UNO case system.
The UNO has been lengthened this year to make a larger case, but with still the same folding functionality as the original UNO.
Frap Tools were also releasing their own power system for the modular case, the Silta.
But the most interesting thing available this year was the PLUS modular case system. This allows you to start your modular synth small and expand as your system grows.
More Info at Frap Tools
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