Maschine Mk3 Stand?

Discussion in 'MASCHINE Area' started by noa343, Sep 7, 2017.

  1. noa343

    noa343 New Member

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    Does the old Maschine stand fit the new Maschine MK3? Just curious...thx
     
  2. parrismc

    parrismc NI Product Owner

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    No the Mk3 has pullout feet like Maschine Studio.
     
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  3. noa343

    noa343 New Member

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    Too bad. Maybe someone will make something similar to the maschine stand for this eventually. I won't upgrade for now because I have zero desk space and I like having it on a stand where I can move it around the room.

    Thanks for the info.
     
  4. komeci

    komeci NI Product Owner

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    Same here, I was just wandering this, glad you asked. MK3, that is a mobile solution like MK2, should have some way of standing on drum stands, that is possible with Maschine MK2 stand.
     
  5. komeci

    komeci NI Product Owner

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    Too bad because they could've made it possible, with just putting the 2 holes up in the same place.
     
  6. Mick @ NI

    Mick @ NI Banaholic NI Team

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    No, this is not correct. The Mk3 has not pullout feet.

    The stand in the video are 3D printed feet.
     
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  7. thronechild

    thronechild NI Product Owner

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    Also it has the same footprint as an mk2 and mk1 so it will fit in a snare stand. Thats how I hold mine and move it around. I use an extended height snare stand.
     
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  8. backbeat2

    backbeat2 NI Product Owner

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    Me too! Thats why I never bought the Maschine Studio it doesn´t fit in snare stands ;-)
     
  9. komeci

    komeci NI Product Owner

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    Yes but the original Machine stand grips the Machine MK2 with two, don't know how to call them, plugs, that fit right into two MK2 top center screw holes, so it stands really tight and firm on it. If you can't fit those 2 plugs into MK3, then the stand is useless. Which is a shame as the dimensions are almost the same, and the stand itself is quite expensive for a piece of metal.
     
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  10. komeci

    komeci NI Product Owner

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    If we could only see the bottom of the MK3
     
  11. komeci

    komeci NI Product Owner

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    Talking about this one.
     
  12. komeci

    komeci NI Product Owner

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    Nevermind, it's 50€ now. In my memory it was more expensive :D
     
  13. Reefius

    Reefius NI Product Owner

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  14. davemacp

    davemacp NI Product Owner

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  15. Mr36

    Mr36 NI Product Owner

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    I think this is what every interested electronic musician and media outlet is thinking too. :p
     
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  16. just1n

    just1n NI Product Owner

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    You know some good chap out there is gonna make one with wooden sides. I want one that sandwiches the jam with the mk3 :)
     
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  17. komeci

    komeci NI Product Owner

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  18. Jiloo

    Jiloo NI Product Owner

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    Thanks for clarifying.
    But the question remains unanswered- will MK3 fit on a Maschine stand?


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  19. Mick @ NI

    Mick @ NI Banaholic NI Team

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    No it wont fit, because the MK3 doesnt have the holes in the bottom
     
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  20. Asteryx

    Asteryx NI Product Owner

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    You can see the bottom of the MK3 at 3:05.