STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis
STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis
STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis
STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis
STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis
STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis
STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis
STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis
STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis
STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis
STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis

STL FILE Clone-A-Phobe Install Chassis

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You may use this for TWO PRINTS due to the nature of the saber being a staff. The price is reflective of two copies.

This is an STL file for the chassis design specific for the listed saber in the description. Not intended for use for any other saber. 

After purchase, you will be sent an email with a ZIP file containing all required files for this chassis design. Please download the ZIP file to your desktop for proper use.
This purchase is for a single use of this design on your personal saber, and unauthorized reuse or distribution of these files are strictly prohibited and will result in a permanent ban of your account and/or future purchases with Saberbay.

Install chassis for the Saberbay/Jimmy's Saber Junk 'Clone-A-Phobe' hilt. Not compatible with other hilt designs. 
3D printed in black PLA+ filament. Available in a basic or crystal chamber option.
Basic version is printed in two pieces, crystal chamber option is printed in three.
Parts list required for install:
-CFX, Proffie, GHV3 or Verso soundboard
-NPXL shortpin hiltside connector (V3 or ECO)
-single 1.5mm brass tactile switch (switch included with chassis)
-removable 18650 battery (spring loaded battery contacts included with chassis)
-28mm bass speaker
-high amp killswitch (optional, recommended)
-OLED screen (optional for specific chassis design, TCSS, KR or Saberbay version compatible)
-single pixel accent for crystal chamber illumination (resin printed crystal provided with crystal chamber chassis version)

Please watch this video for some helpful tips on how to incorporate the chassis into the hilt design. Watch this