125B Aluminum Project Box

125B Aluminum Project Box from Bituo is our most popular size for a reason. It seems to strike just the right balance of available space to house everything needed to make a cool pedal while meeting the innate desire among builders to neatly cram in as much stuff as they possibly can. 125B Extruded Aluminum Enclosure is made of sturdy die-cast aluminum and comes shrink-wrapped with four set screws to securely hold the backplate in place. Buy the Bare Aluminum for a smooth machine finish that is ready for your powder coat, etching, or printed decal.

We also offer other products that you may be interested in, such as 1590BBS Hard Aluminum Enclosure. If you are interested, click here for more information.

    • Dimension: 122 x 66 x 39.5mm
    • Material: Aluminum
    • IP Class: IP54
    • OEM or ODM: Available

125B Aluminum Project Box feature die-cast aluminum walls at a slightly thinner width than our standard enclosure box, using up less of your drill bit. The surface is finished with vibration grinding and ready for your artwork. 125B Extruded Aluminum Enclosure provides cost-effective drilled service to save 85% of your machined holes. It can provide comprehensive effect instrument aluminum shell from the open mold, die-casting molding, surface punching, surface treatment (including the lacquer that bake, water transfer printing, etc), surface screen printing.

BITUO manufactures an extensive range of high-quality Aluminium Box for a wide variety of electronics equipment and applications, including 1590 series, 125 series, 1032series and etc. Our engineers employ the latest manufacturing technology, using diecasting, extrusions and sheet aluminum to create our modern range of highly versatile enclosures. It is designed to meet IP54, and 2mm-thick, die-cast enclosure to satisfy your different use environment. Lap joint construction provides protection against access of dust and splashing water.

125B/1590N1 Extruded Aluminum Enclosure

These125B/1590N1 Aluminum Project Box for Music Devices: Bass Pedals, Chorus, Phase Shifters, Flanges, Distortion, Fuzz, Filters, Overdrive, Foot Switches, Foot controllers, Mutti Effect, Noise Gate, Noise Suppression, Octave, Synthesis, Pitch Preamps, EQs & Tone Shaping, Reverb, Tremo & Vibrato, Tube Pedals, Vocal Processors, Etc.

All advantages of the Aluminum Enclosure can’t be described in a few words, but they are more and more popular all over the world. Furthermore, We provide our product based on the factory price. Please contact us freely for your best quote now!


Producing music equipment parts, such as components for musical instruments or audio gear, can be a complex and challenging process due to various factors. Here are some of the difficulties involved:

Precision and Quality: Music equipment parts, especially those for instruments, require a high level of precision and quality. Any imperfections or inconsistencies in manufacturing can affect the performance and sound of the equipment.

Material Selection: Choosing the right materials for parts is crucial. Materials must meet specific criteria in terms of durability, acoustic properties, and weight. Selecting the wrong material can lead to poor performance.

Tolerances and Fit: Many parts, such as guitar components or audio connectors, require tight tolerances and precise fits. Achieving these tolerances consistently can be challenging.

Acoustic Properties: For parts used in musical instruments, the acoustic properties of the material are critical. Achieving the desired tonal qualities or resonance in a guitar, for example, can be difficult.

Mass Production: Scaling up production to meet demand while maintaining quality can be challenging. Consistency in mass production is vital to ensure all parts meet the same standards.

Customization: Many musicians and audio professionals seek customized parts to suit their specific needs. Meeting these customization requirements can add complexity to production.

Regulations and Standards: Compliance with industry standards and regulations, such as safety and environmental standards, can be a challenge. Ensuring that parts meet these requirements is essential.

Competition: The music equipment industry is highly competitive, with many manufacturers vying for market share. Staying innovative and producing unique, high-quality parts is a constant challenge.

Cost Management: Managing production costs while maintaining quality is a delicate balance. Music equipment parts often require specialized materials and processes that can be expensive.

Market Trends: The music industry experiences shifts in consumer preferences and market trends. Manufacturers must stay up to date with these trends to produce parts that meet current demands.

To overcome these difficulties, manufacturers often invest in research and development, employ skilled engineers and craftsmen, use advanced manufacturing technologies, and maintain strict quality control processes. Additionally, collaborating with musicians and professionals in the music industry can help ensure that the parts meet the practical and sonic requirements of musicians and audio engineers.

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