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Mackie Audio Mixer Replacement Slider

by AmazingSpanoMan, published

Mackie Audio Mixer Replacement Slider by AmazingSpanoMan Apr 17, 2013

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Summary

Got an old Mackie mixer to use as part of a video job. Of course it was missing a volume slider for one of the channels. Here is the replacement I created built from dimensions taken from one of the original sliders.

UPDATE
Check out the volume knob I just made for the same mixer
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:75806

After review of the printed piece I will probably go back and change it up a bit. This one works well but it isn't close enough to the originals for my liking.

Instructions

Printed with MakerWare default high quality settings. Printed upside down with supports. I did have to do a bit of cleaning up of the supports and used a small file to get the indents good enough.

It is a bit snug on the metal part of the slider but it fits well.

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Hey AmazingSpanoMan

Do the Sliders need scaling to fit?? Because they look small! Just to be sure!

With Kind Regards

DryBones

they shouldn't. I was able to hand press on mine without scaling.

I just couldn't stand looking like a second rate professional anymore. Not many people can even tell that I made one of the sliders unless they really look hard and know what they are looking for.

Great idea. If I get a sec Ill build the ones for NI too.

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