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 **Ingredients:​** **Ingredients:​**
-  * unperforated DIN rail (available in electrical supply stores)+  * unperforated, zinc-plated steel DIN rail (available in electrical supply stores ​or [[https://​www.tme.eu/​gb/​details/​ts35_7.5-1m/​rail-mounted-connectors/​|TME]])
   * 2 K&M 3/8" thumb screws (available on [[https://​www.thomann.de/​intl/​km_raendelschraube.htm|Thomann]])   * 2 K&M 3/8" thumb screws (available on [[https://​www.thomann.de/​intl/​km_raendelschraube.htm|Thomann]])
   * 3 K&M 3/8" thumb wheel (available on [[https://​www.thomann.de/​intl/​km_raendelscheibe_alu_sw.htm|Thomann]]   * 3 K&M 3/8" thumb wheel (available on [[https://​www.thomann.de/​intl/​km_raendelscheibe_alu_sw.htm|Thomann]]
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   * 9mm drill bit (but you can use a smaller one and extend it manually)   * 9mm drill bit (but you can use a smaller one and extend it manually)
  
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-- Adjust the size of the rail to your liking. For a 40 cm AB stereo bar I went with 42.5 cm +{{:​research:​img_1163.jpg?​nolink&​800|}} 
-– Drill the three holes in top the rail. For 3/8" you can use 9mm drill bit on the sides and 10mm on the central one + 
-– Screw in the screws into the holes and use thumbwheels as washers protecting the screws from falling out +  ​- Adjust the size of the rail to your liking. For a 40 cm AB stereo bar I went with 42.5 cm. 
-– Use the third thumb wheel as a way to tighten the bar to your stand+  ​- ​Drill the three holes in the top rail. For 3/8" you can use 9mm drill bit on the sides and 10mm on the central one. On the sides, the closer to the internal diameter of 3/8" you'll get, the better. 
 +  ​- ​Screw in the screws into the holes and use thumbwheels as washersprotecting the screws from falling out. Alternatively you can use M8 retaining rings for shafts. 
 +  ​- ​Use the third thumb wheel as a way to tighten the bar to your stand. You can epoxy-glue the wheel to the bar to attach it permanently.
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