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3d printed Replacement Cassette deck keys
« on: 13:52, 26 March 19 »
Hi all,
I got a second 464 a while back with the intention of using it for modding and expanding etc. I've done a couple of things to it so far (audio jack input and changed the power led to blue just for giggles really) but I need to sort out the cassette deck. The priority at the moment is the keys. It came with some keys missing and some broken. So I only have a fast forward and a record key that are original and not broken.
I drew up the key (slightly wrong) on CAD then fired it over to my 3d printer. The Key works as it should but, being really new to 3d printing, the side that was printed first came out terrible quality.
Anyway! If anyone wants the .stl I'll attach it.
Turns out I can't attach an .stl file so here's a link to my own hosted http://gee-k.net/uploads/cassette%20key.STL
« Last Edit: 13:58, 26 March 19 by geebus »

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Re: 3d printed Replacement Cassette deck keys
« Reply #1 on: 14:02, 26 March 19 »
You can upload an STL here if you zip it first.

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Re: 3d printed Replacement Cassette deck keys
« Reply #2 on: 15:53, 26 March 19 »
Cheers, didn't realise that!