MATRIXSYNTH: Knobotron - Tactile UV Reactive Knob Rings on MAKE NOISE 0-CTRL

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Knobotron - Tactile UV Reactive Knob Rings on MAKE NOISE 0-CTRL



via @knobotron

"Knobotron on @makenoisemusic 0-CTRL looks like an amazing work of art! #modularsynth #synthesizer #eurorack #eurorackmodular #knobs #3dprinting"

Works on other gear as well.

via Knobotron:

"Colored knob upgrade rings with a tactile pointer indicating the current position and allowing comfortable single finger tweaking. The knobs are fluorescent and UV reactive, generating an intense glow under black light.

Knobotron comes in packs assembled for specific synths, half the knobs in neon green and half in neon orange. A couple of extra rings are always added in so that you have more freedom to arrange your patterns.


Korg SQ-1 :
24 tiny rings
Make Noise 0-Coast :
4 large, 10 medium, 12 small, 4 tiny rings
Make Noise 0-Ctrl :
4 medium rings, 36 small shortened rings
Make Noise DPO :
6 large, 10 medium, 10 small, 4 tiny rings, 4 small shortened rings
Make Noise Echophon :
4 large, 4 medium, 8 small rings
Make Noise Erbe-Verb :
4 large rings, 10 medium, 10 small shortened rings
Make Noise Maths :
8 medium, 6 small rings
Make Noise René :
6 tiny rings, 20 small shortened rings
Make Noise Strega :
6 large, 6 tiny rings, 4 medium, 20 small shortened rings
Moog DFAM :
18 medium, 24 tiny rings
Moog Mother-32 :
18 medium rings
Moog Subharmonicon :
16 medium, 14 small, 14 small reduced, 16 tiny rings
(Subharmonicon is produced with two slightly different small knobs, rings for both versions are included)
Knobotron are printed in high quality Virgin NatureWorks Ingeo Bio-PLA with industrial strength 3D printers.

We try to ship as soon as possible but have a limited production capability. When demand rises, shipment time will increase up to several weeks.

IMPORTANT: This product is made with FDM 3D printers. While they are of industrial quality, the finish is not as clean as with an injection molding production process. You should expect lines, banding, dots, spots, gaps, stringing, ... and other artifacts that are inherent to the 3D printing process. This doesn't influence the operation of the product and is purely esthetic."

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