Added a v6 which matches the height of the original Technics gauge.
Also added a couple more pics showing the difference b/w v4 and the actual Technics gauge
4th pic is the height difference b/w v6 and v4, 5th pic is v6-Original-v4
I wanted to use a bunch of overhang gauges to make a cartridge mounting box, but I couldn't find one to print, so I improvised. I didn't have my real gauge with me when making this so its slightly different from the original one but still works the same. I've included a hollowed out version and a solid version (Both v4). Theres also a slightly shorter version (~10mm shorter), but I haven't tried printing it yet and I'm not sure if it works.
Unlike the original, the slit at the top doesn't go all the way through. Its designed to still allow any headshell with this style connector (the one on the SL1200) to fit flush with or without a gasket. The overall length to the tip remains 52mm.
The gap at the top might be a big tight if your printer doesn't have good tolerance, so probably best to print this one at higher resolutions or be prepared to file it open.
I printed mine on an Anycubic Photon DLP resin printer, but I haven't tried on my FDM printer (yet).