Author Topic: Seeking Advice for Alternate Mounting of my Nitro Mesh Drum Module  (Read 504 times)

I'd prefer to place the drum module of my Alesis Nitro Mesh alongside the left outer vertical leg of the drum set frame rather than on the left horizontal bar that supports the hi-hat and other accessories. I'm sure I'm not the first person to think of this, but I've looked for a solution to no success.

Is there a way to do this using a clamp or other hardware, or perhaps a 3D printer file (in .stl format) that could help with this? Any assistance would be really helpful.

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Re: Seeking Advice for Alternate Mounting of my Nitro Mesh Drum Module
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2023, 09:10:51 AM »
I'd prefer to place the drum module of my Alesis Nitro Mesh alongside the left outer vertical leg of the drum set frame rather than on the left horizontal bar that supports the hi-hat and other accessories. I'm sure I'm not the first person to think of this, but I've looked for a solution to no success.

Is there a way to do this using a clamp or other hardware, or perhaps a 3D printer file (in .stl format) that could help with this? Any assistance would be really helpful.

Welcome to the Forum !

Drum Modules that use a DB25 Harness have predetermined lengths and triggers have predetermined mounting except for expansion triggers which are separate cables.
You'll see very few , if any, relocating this type of module.
There are problems with re-location even just a few inches.
When you relocate , you are shortening the cables so you may need to extend them with TRS/TS extenders using the lengths based on the distance you moved from Factory position.

The Nitro Rack is made of of Non Industry Stand diameters..1-3/8 uprights..1-1/8 crossbars.
You could use another 1-3/8 T clamp with a piece of 1-1/8 tubing (cut to desired length) and 1-1/8 clamp (your current mount) like the snare/arm setup and extend it out like a STRIKE Module setup..