| br>Neutrik has one too, NAUSB-W, you can turn the USB passthrough connector either way inside the frame. Depending on where you live, one or the other may be easier / cheaper to get.
FWIW, the Neutrik comes in their D-shape frame, which they also use for a lot of their XLR and bunch of other connectors. So I bought one of these hole punches from ebay: https://www.canford.co.uk/Products/55-693_Q-MAX-PUNCH-24mm
Just drill big enough a pilot hole to pass the bolt through the panel, insert the punch according to instructions, tighten with a 8mm hex key, and suddenly you have a clean 24mm hole for the connector in your sheet metal panel.
Same applies to Switchcraft, you just have to check out what size mounting hole it needs. If you need to have just one hole that big, a step drill and some patience is probably a more economic option, but at the point when you find you need several holes of the same size, the hole punches are super easy to use and produce super clean results. br> br>