STL FILE Saberbay Dark Matter Install Chassis PROFFIERegular price $25.00 Save $-25.00
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.
After purchase you will receive a one time digital download for this product, please do not click on the download link until you are able to use it.
The download will be good for 24 hours after purchase. I will not reissue files for improper downloading or time expiration.
Board retention design is bespoke to Jimmy's Saber Junk and not to be replicated.
This is the install chassis for the Saberbay/Laredo Sabers 'Dark Matter' saberstaff.
This is a 3D printed chassis printed in black PLA+ filament. The chassis is printed in two pieces.
This is a static chassis that is fixed into the ends of the grip section, and are accessed by removing the emitters from each end and sliding them off the hilt."
Parts requirements for this chassis(you will need to purchase some parts separately):
-CFX or Proffie soundboard
-2x NPXL shortpin hilt side connector(V3 or ECO version)
-4x 1.5mm brass tactile switches(switches are provided with the chassis)
-18650 removable battery(spring loaded contacts are provided with the chassis, Option 1)
-high amp killswitch(optional)
-22mm Veco 4ohm/3W bass speaker
Please note that the chassis has specific alignment requirements with the hilt, and you will notice there are holes near the base of the chassis pieces that line up with the retention screws provided with the hilt.
You can add your own neopixel LED strips in the middle of the saberstaff to illuminate the grip section. Please refer to your soundboard's user manual for wiring diagrams and proper instructions.