STL FILE Saberbay Valor Install Chassis GHV3
STL FILE Saberbay Valor Install Chassis GHV3
STL FILE Saberbay Valor Install Chassis GHV3
STL FILE Saberbay Valor Install Chassis GHV3
STL FILE Saberbay Valor Install Chassis GHV3

STL FILE Saberbay Valor Install Chassis GHV3

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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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Install chassis for the Saberbay Valor hilt. 3D printed in black PLA+ filament.
This chassis is meant to be a static chassis accessed by removing the grip section.
This chassis is meant to be used specifically with our 12mm Glass Eye Actuators, and either the SCW Tactile Switch or the pixel version.
-CFX, Proffie, GHV3 or Verso soundboard
-removable KeepPower 18650 battery (battery contacts provided with chassis, Option 3)
-SCW Tactile Switch PCB or SCW Pixl Switch PCB
-12mm Glass Eye Actuator
-22mm Veco bass speaker

When installing this chassis, it is recommended you install the speaker, battery contacts, and tactile switch first, then wire your preferred NPXL connector and holder into place in the emitter, and then pass the wires through the wire channel passage in the top part of the chassis. The chassis will need to be partially pressed into the emitter and your soundboard gets wired up last. After wiring you can secure your board in place with a press fit or use the cutout for a thin piece of crafting tape. Afterwards, fully insert the chassis into the hilt, it will be a snug fit and should line up with the switch actuator.