Parts Details:

1- 3D printed Chassis parts:

Shapeways Shop Section ⇒ C2 – KR-Sabers 

Custom Chassis assembly:
For Plecter Labs Nano Biscotte: kr-qui-gon-jinn-nb3-chassis-kit
 For NEC Spark2/I2: kr-qui-gon-jinn-i2-spark2-chassis-kit

2- DIY empty hilts:

 Contact KR-Sabers

3- Electronic components:

Soundboard, check at Plecter Labs (also sold at TCSS) for Nano Biscotte , or Naigon Electronic Creations for Spark2/I2.
Battery, 18650 pre-wired batteries recommended from Solo’s Hold.
 Wires, 30awg wires are recommended on most our 3D Printed chassis. We are buying them from this eBay seller.

KR-Sabers Etsy shop also sells the main component to build these Qui-Gon hilts. Check KR Etsy Shop for the following:
 Main Led, Tri-Cree XPE-2
 Switch, tactile switche
 Speaker, 28mm Speakers flat or bass

4- Blade:

The blade is the last part of your saber, they are usually made from PolyCarbonate tubes + tip. Complete blades can be found from various locations.
1″ OD blades (for TCSS and TGS Blade Holders): Ex USA: TCSS, Ex EU: JQ-Sabers
You can also make your own using TCSS blade supplies.
When the blade is removed, a blade plug is commonly used to block the light (security and aesthetic) ⇒ Example in the shop.

 


 

Demo:

 


 

Installation instructions:

(step by step)

Note 1: 30awg wires and smaller are mandatory for this install (30awg for main wires and 32awg  for accent leds and switches are highly recommended)…. Oh and definitely use colored wires to make your life easier.

Note 2: These instructions will not cover how to wire the NB3 (or Spark 2), make sure to learn how to by reading Plecter Labs manual.

Note 3: This instructions will details the install as much as possible. GOTH-3Designs cannot be  held responsible for any mistakes made by DIYers tho. Thanks!

Note 4: Recharge port wiring reminder:

Install level: Beginner.

Step1: Fit the soundboard. File a bit the sides of the NB to make them plat and verify it fits OK into the chassis.

Step2: Install the recharge port. You have to cut the leads of the recharge port as short as possible to be able to slide the port in the chassis.

Step3: Install the 28mm speaker. And check the picture below to see where all the wires have to pass.

Notes: you can also add an accent led to light up the pommel.

Step4: Install the soundboard. Always take a bit more time to test and make sure your install works properly!

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Step5: Install the battery and led module.

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Step7: Install the switch. Here is the most tricky part of this easy build. The tactile switch (TCSS) has to be glued on the dedicated chassis little part as shown below.

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The battery / led module gets inserted first into the hilt, and the switch part inserts from there:

(there is room on the side to let the wire pass through)

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Then you finish by screwing the hilt switch on top of it (be careful to have the chassis part well centered, so that when screwing the hilt switch, it doesn’t turn the chassis part and twist the wires).

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Step8: Link lower and upper parts. And of course, test again everything works fine including the main switch.

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Step9: Finish your saber

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All done!! Congrats and enjoy 😉

 

 

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