1590B China 1590B Enclosure

1590B China 1590B Enclosure is a rugged, die-cast aluminum alloy enclosure. It has a two-piece lap joint construction that provides protection against dust accumulation and water. Also, it provides for improved EMI/RFI shielding.

We also offer other products that you may be interested in, such as 1590A IP54 Aluminum Enclosure. If you are interested, click here for more information.

    • Dimension: 112 x 61 x 32mm
    • Material: Aluminum
    • IP Class: IP54
    • OEM or ODM: Available

1590B China 1590B Enclosure is most preferred by major electronics magazines because of quality and versatility. This heavy-duty enclosure is made of high-quality die-cast aluminum. The enclosure acts as an excellent heat sink, which makes it great for high-temperature circuits (up to 600 °C). assembly screws included.

BITUO manufactures an extensive range of high-quality Aluminum Box for a wide variety of electronics equipment and applications. 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.

1590B Enclosure

1590B China 1590B Enclosure is similar to the 1590A IP54 aluminum enclosure. It comes with stainless steel screw (4 screws), packaged in a heat shrink ba. All kinds of aluminum project boxes Bituo provides can be painted or drilled for customers’ requirements. 1590B China Aluminum Enclosure is Vibra finished for a smooth surface with no sharp edges.

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!


Using aluminum alloy as a guitar pedal casing material has several advantages, including:


1. Durability: Aluminum alloy is a strong metal material with excellent durability. It is resistant to physical damage that can occur during daily use and transportation, such as bumps and drops.

2. Lightweight: Although strong and durable, aluminum alloy is relatively lightweight, which makes guitar pedals easier to carry and use. Guitarists can easily carry the pedal to a variety of gigs.

3. Heat dissipation performance: Aluminum alloy has good heat dissipation performance, which helps to dissipate the heat generated in the internal circuit. This is important for certain types of guitar pedals, such as distortion and amp simulators, as they may generate more heat.

4. Appearance: Aluminum alloy cases usually have a modern, professional and high-quality appearance. They can be painted and screen-printed to achieve different designs to meet the aesthetic needs of guitarists.

5. Corrosion resistance: Aluminum alloy has high resistance to corrosive substances in most environments. This means the pedal’s outer shell maintains its appearance and performance in varying weather conditions.

6. Electromagnetic shielding: The aluminum alloy shell can provide a certain degree of electromagnetic shielding, which helps reduce the impact of electromagnetic interference on internal circuits and ensures clean transmission of audio signals.

Overall, the aluminum casing provides the guitar pedal with strength, lightness, good heat dissipation, and an attractive appearance. These features make them a popular choice, especially for guitarists who perform frequently and travel, as they offer good protection and portability. However, different guitar pedals may use different materials to suit different musician needs and budgets.


The process of building a guitar pedal can vary by manufacturer, model, and price, but generally includes the following key steps:


1. Design: Before you can build a guitar pedal, you first need to design it. This includes determining enclosure size, shape, control layout and circuit design. Designers often use computer-aided design (CAD) software to create blueprints of the pedals.

2. Material selection: The manufacturer will select an appropriate material, usually aluminum alloy, for the outer shell of the pedal. The materials are cut, shaped and processed to create the different parts of the casing.

3. Cutting and forming: Aluminum alloy plates are usually cut into the required shape and then made into various parts of the housing, including the base and lid, through forming processes such as bending and stamping.

4. Controller and switch assembly: Inside the enclosure, the manufacturer installs the controller, switches, and connectors. This includes soldering circuit boards, control knobs, LED indicators, and foot switches. These components are usually secured to the inside of the housing with screws and bolts.

5. Circuit assembly: The circuit inside the guitar pedal is a key component. Manufacturers assemble, connect and solder electronic components such as capacitors, resistors, integrated circuits (ICs) and connectors to achieve the desired effect.

6. Labeling and Decoration: Manufacturers often add labeling and decoration to the pedal’s housing. This includes labeling of the control knobs, brand logos, and effect names. These labels are typically applied to the enclosure by printing, stickers, or silk screen.

7. Housing Assembly: Once the internal circuitry and controls are installed, the manufacturer assembles the pedal’s base and cover together. This usually involves screws, screw fastening and sealing to ensure the integrity and watertightness of the enclosure.

8. Testing: Each pedal usually undergoes rigorous testing before leaving the factory. These tests include functional testing, sound quality testing, durability testing and electronic testing to ensure the pedal is working properly.

9. Packaging and shipping: The manufacturer will provide appropriate packaging for the guitar pedal, which usually includes instructions, a power adapter (if applicable), and other accessories. The pedals are then shipped to retailers or distributors for eventual sale to musicians.

These are the steps in the manufacturing process for a typical guitar pedal, but the exact process details and quality control standards may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. The production of guitar pedals often requires precision and quality workmanship to ensure their performance and reliability.


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