OR SS-GF Chassis (2018)
These designs are no longer supported (FAQ)
Fully removable core chassis, compatible with all soundboards, and featuring a 21700 battery for extended runtime, on Neopixel or Tri-Cree. Approx $60 depending on the material used.
⇒ All.in.One: one-replica-ss-gf-lightsaber-chassis
– These instructions will details the install procedure as much as possible. GOTH-3Designs cannot be held responsible for any mistakes made by DIYers.
– Always wear protective gear when working on install (gloves, eye protection, …), GOTH-3Designs cannot be held responsible in case of accident.
Note 1: Use small wires – PTFE wires are recommended. 30awg for tri-cree or 24awg for Neopixel. 32awg for accent leds and switches.
Note 2: These instructions will not cover how to wire the soundboard, make sure to learn how to by reading the soundboard manual.
Note 3: Recharge port wiring reminder:
Note 4: Multiboards Adaptive Chassis
Use an Exacto knife to carefully cut the right slot for the soundboard
The cover needs to be cut, as shown below
The switches plungers also need to be cut, as shown below
Finally, cut the kill key, located as show below
Cut the MAC pattern according to the soundboard to be installed
Here is where the plungers go
Install the tactile switches, it the middle of their respective slots
Make sure they fall in the middle of the hilt windows
Add the wires for the main led of neopixel connector
Wire the battery and recharge port as shown below
Slide the battery in, and insert the recharge port in its slot, then add the hex nut to secure it.
A bit of glue can be added to secure the battery
Install the led or Neopixel connector
The Heatsink or Neopixel connector are secured on the chassis as follow, using two 1.5mmOD rods
Accent leds can be added under the soundboard
Wire the speaker, but wait before gluing it to the chassis
Install the soundboard
Glue the soundboard to the chassis, then add two 1.5mmOD rods as shown below
The speaker can now be glued on the chassis, and the cover will clip on the rods.