– Return to MPP2.0 Chassis Line-Up –

Parts Details:

1- Hilt:

 Available on Korbanth.

2- 3D printed Chassis parts:

Can hold all the soundboards, a 28mm speaker (bass or premium) and a 18650 battery (can also hold a 2×18350 or 2×16340 pack for a 7.4v setup). The recharge port pins have to be cut short in order for the port to fit properly. There is a slot for an on/off switch, a kill key is also included with on/off feature. There is also a slot for a RICE port through Micro-JST.

Part 1 – Main chassis – 3 items (Plastic – recommended in Black): mpp2-0-sith-master-chassis-part1-main-chassis
Part 2 – CC insert 1 (Plastic / Metal – recommended in raw brass/bronze): mpp2-0-sith-master-chassis-part2-ccinsert1
Part 3 – CC insert 2 (Plastic / Metal – recommended in raw brass/bronze): mpp2-0-sith-master-chassis-part3-ccinsert2
Part 4 – optional 2 crystals: mpp2-0-sith-master-chassis-part4-crystals

3- Additional chassis parts:

Chassis parts can be found in local hardware stores as well as on the web. eBay models shop is also a good source internationally to find small parts, check eBay model shops for instance: OmniModelsCave Spring Hobby, ……..
You can also be inventive and add any custom parts, paint job or else to your chassis to give it an unique look!
Here is a list of parts needed to install the above chassis:
⇒ Brass or copper rods – 1.5mm max OD – Ex: OmniModels

4- Electronic components and blades:

Saber electronic components are basically more or less similar from one saber to another. You’ll need a main Led, a Battery, a recharge port, one or two switches, a soundboard, accent leds, a speaker and wires. Then the blade is the last part of your saber, they are usually made from PolyCarbonate tubes + tip.

You can search these parts with the following suppliers: Solo’s Hold, The Saber ArmoryElegant WeaponsJQ-Sabers

Soundboard, the “heart” of our sabers is the Soundboard, here are the 2 major Soundboard producers:
Plecter Labs – from the entry level Nano Biscotte to the high end Crystal Focus.
Naigon Elelctronic Creations – from the entry level Spark 2 to the high end I2.
Battery, 18650 battery for 3.7v or 2×16340 for 7.4v.
⇒ Recharge Port, 2.1mm port is used on this chassis (kill key included in the chassis kit).
 Battery charger, according to the battery voltage used.
 Main Led, Tri-Cree XPE-2 recommended
 Heatsink for 7/8″ blade holder
 Switches, main switch is included with the hilt. An Aux switch can be added (clamp switch holder required).
 On / Off Switch, an optional on/off switch can also be installed (Ex: Digikey).
 Speaker, 28mm Speaker, either premium or bass
 Accent Leds, 5mm led for the Crystal Chamber recommended (if RGB, read your soundboard manual to select between common anode or common cathode led), 3mm leds for the others.
 Wires, 30awg wires are recommended on most our 3D Printed chassis. We are buying them from this eBay seller.
 Heat shrink tubing, to protect your joints.
 RICE port 
– a RICE port can be added with a micro jst port. Ex on ebay.
 7/8″ OD Blades only.


DEMO

 


 

DIY INSTRUCTIONS:

MULTIBOARDS ADAPTIVE CHASSIS

On the Sith Master Chassis, install the soundboard with the SD card on the bottom, facing the pommel. The cut pattern is thus the similar as below, just inverted.

Note 1Please read these instructions fully before starting.

Note 2: These instruction will cover the Nano Biscotte 4 install, however the MultiBoards Adaptive Chassis will allow other soundboards to be installed. We do not cover wiring instructions tho, please read your soundboard manual before starting the install.

Note 3:  30awg wires and smaller are mandatory for this install (30awg for main wires and 32awg  for accent leds and switches are highly recommended).

Note 4:  These instructions will details the install as much as possible. GOTH-3Designs cannot be  held responsible for any mistakes made by DIYers tho. Thanks to read the full instructions before starting your install. Commission an installer to build the hilt for you, if you feel unsure about what to do.

Note 5: You can always make your chassis original by painting it or adding metal mesh.

Note 6: Recharge Port wiring reminder

 


 

Step 1: Cut the 1.5mm OD rods (4) to the right length (approx 96mm is fine), they will support the crystal chamber inserts

 

Step 2: Prepare you crystal chamber inserts 1 and 2, with there 5mm accent leds. If using the 3D printed optional crystal, they should press fit into the CC insert (some light sanding of the round base might be required). It is better to glue the crystal with a bit of super glue to secure them on the CC inserts. The 5mm led doesn’t need to be glued however as it will insert and stay fit in the crystal.

 

Step 3: CC insert 2 must de place first into the chassis. Then use the 1.5mm as guide to glue it (glue the round part on the back of the insert with a bit of super glue, then hold in place until it is secured. You can remove the rods.

Notes: While it shouldn’t be required, test if your rods slide properly in the chassis first before the assembly. If it is getting hard to insert, cleaning the holes off printing dust might be required (which can be done using a drill bit with pliers, or using a 1.5mm OD rods with pliers, to force the residue out of the holes).

 

Step 4: Place CC insert 1 into the chassis, same as before, use a bit of super glue on the back fins to block the insert after inserting the 4 rods partially to guide it.

 

Step 5: Prepare the main led as we as the main switch wires (plan enough length). Then insert the battery into the chassis with the wires passing into the dedicated channel (the wires must be allowed to slide back and forth even with the battery in). You can secure the battery in place using tiny drops of super glue.

 

Step 6: There is a small round channel on the right of the chassis to pass the battery wires (and the speaker wires, accents led 2 wires, …). The battery wires going to the recharge port must then pass in a dedicated channel as shown below in order to avoid wires touching the speaker.

 

Step 7: Wire the recharge port. The leads have to be cut to the minimum length, and the wires have to exit flat / on the side, again to avoid touching the speaker). Then insert your recharge port and secure it with its associated hex nut.

 

Step 8: Wire the speaker and insert it in the holder. You can secure it with a tiny bit of sure glue (but better test everything before).

 

Step 9: Wire your main LED, and install into it’s dedicated 7/8 heatsink.

 

Step 10: Wire your soundboard.

 

Step 11: Make sure to test everything. Then you can place the part to cover the speaker and recharge port wires. Time to push the rods entirely in.

 

Step 12: Cut the soundboard cover rods to the right length (insert one and mark where to cut), then clip the cover on the rods.

 

Step 13: place the chassis in the main hilt section. The main switch wires (and eventually Aux switch in the clamp) do not go inside the 7/8″ID tube.

 

Step 14: Regarding the main switch provided with the hilt, we recommend sanding everything on the bottom and protect it with electrical tape. Then solder the wires as shown below. To do so, pass the main switch wires in the dedicated channel over the main body and under the chromed shroud, the solder them on the switch top side. Inset your switch into the slot (sanding might be required for the PCB to fit properly), and pull the wires back to be hosted over the battery.

 

Step 15: Finish assembling your hilt (eventual ESB wires and grips).

 

ALL DONE! Congrats and enjoy 😉

Loading...
Facebook Messenger for Wordpress