This is a digital file download for the STL file of this chassis, this is not a physical product and you are responsible for your own 3D printing. Saberbay is not liable for user printer issues or malfunction of equipment.
This purchase is for a one time use of this product. This STL file is the intellectual property of Saberbay and not intended for unauthorized resale or distribution of these files. If you need to use the file again for an additional use(outside of needing to reprint due to a chassis break or other error), you will need to purchase the files again to be authorized to use them.
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This is the chassis design for the Saberbay/Shadowfoil Props Force Ghost hilt, based on Qui Gon Jinn’s lightsaber. This design is not intended or made to fit for any other hilts.
Please read all instructions for this chassis install. If you do not wish to install yourself, I recommend finding an installer to do this for you, as this may be a difficult build for some depending on your skill level.
3D printed in PLA+ filament. Printed in 5 different pieces. This listing includes all 5 chassis parts, one tactile switch, one set of battery contacts, and the chassis PCB set(unassembled), required for this build. This chassis can separate into three different sections.
The upper part can be removed from the emitter and taken out to access the removable battery. It is aligned with the red switch actuator and must be inserted from the top of the emitter. This part will hold itself in place while you screw back on the emitter to the main body.
The middle piece which holds the soundboard, inserts from the open side of the grip section of the hilt, the shroud must be removed or rotated to the side to insert this piece. This chassis piece slides into the emitter space above the grip section, and connects to the emitter chassis piece, via the chassis PCB set. You must use the retention screw to tighten both chassis parts to secure properly into place. This also prevents the emitter chassis piece from moving upwards.
When soldering your wires to your board, you may need to use the top side of the board due to limited install space, please make sure to practice proper wire management to avoid unnecessary shorts or bridges. It is also recommending you insulate the pins of the chassis PCB set to avoid making any contact with the inside of the hilt. Failure to do so may result in a short and damage your components.
The third chassis part holds the killswitch(optional), and pins for the SCW Type 1 Speaker PCB set. This piece is inserted from the pommel end. You can leave some extra length for your wires and tuck them inside the extra space in the hilt.
The fourth part is for the 28mm bass speaker, and other speaker PCB piece.
The fifth part is a spacer ring which press fits into the bottom of the pommel. This prevents the speaker from making contact with the pommel.