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3D printed removable chassis for the 89Sabers K4V2 Kenobi hilt.
This chassis is printed in two pieces, three if including the low profile NPXL V3 shortpin holder for the emitter.
Thin neck adapter part holds the blade side PCB(resistor not needed here). This part needs to press fit all the way up into the brass section of the thin neck.
Main chassis body holds the following parts:
-Soundboard(CFX, Proffie, GoldenHarvestV3)
-Removable KeepPower 18650 battery(high amp, button top required for neopixel)
-Removable battery contacts(provided with the chassis)
-OLED screen(optional, sold here at Saberbay)
-High amp killswitch(optional, but recommended, sold here at Saberbay)
-Switch PCB parts included with the hilt kit. This is intended only to be used with this specific part.
Please refer to your soundboard's manual for specific wiring diagrams and proper installation of your parts. Wire gauges of 22-24AWG are recommended for all positive and negative connections and 28-32AWG for all other wiring.
Chassis retention is required using one of the M3 screw holes underneath the clamp card area. M3 screw provided with the chassis kit. This is very important to use for proper function of the chassis especially to make sure the switch plungers line up properly.