Mixer slider nobs (compact)

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Mixer slider nobs (compact) by Addidis Apr 13, 2013
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Its a nob for a slide pot. It is for the mixer pictured, I designed the mixer to be small so these are pretty narrow to fit it. But they should work if you have some 10k slide pots. They have holes for set screws but fit snug. Print a few out at a time or they tend to melt.

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They go on easier than they come off. If its tight you might consider opening the hole a bit before you jam it on if you might need to get it off. One of the finished nobs printed slightly smaller. It went on easy enough but when I went to put the button pushers in between the face and the pcb the one did not want to come off and I had to pry it off with a screw driver. So just a heads up if it is something you expect to have to remove like I did some maybe tighter than others , and moreso when trying to take them off than when going on. I landed up having to repaint the face so I figured I would drop a note here.