It wasn’t that long ago that most modular synth modules were made by hand, with through-hole parts, individually soldered.
Now, many manufacturers have updated their manufacturing processes to include robotic ‘pick and place’ machines and SMT components.
Here’s a look, inside the factory, at the process of making Mutable Instruments Eurorack modules.
4 thoughts on “How Mutable Instruments Eurorack Modules Are Made”
thanks for that…very interesting to see this.
i didn´t had an idea how those modules were made…now i know …at least a bit.
Robots love these monotonous tasks!
The soldering iron for the section of adding connector looks too big, like a plumbers iron!
I lament the discontinuation of the Shruthi series … 🙁
… And I hate having to insert my email address every time I want to comment here grrr…