Do these follow the same design as those used on the Behringer Ultragraph Pro?synthcube wrote: ↑Mon Feb 03, 2020 10:49 amUpdate on led slider caps--- we are making great progress, taking the time to make sure these are really solid for you. We are making a very very slight mod to the tooling in order to tighten up the cap on the slider. Based on the prototypes we have seen and held, these will be a very nice addition to TTSH (or any module/synth that uses the Bourns sliders)
Questions, please don't hesitate to ask!
For anyone curious, the caps on mine in the picture on the previous page were kindly donated by one of those purchased cheaply on ebay.
Here is a close up, stolen from a different thread, from someone else who did the same on a v3 TTSH:
The picture on your synthcube site looks the same as those?
Or are they different?
That fact that you are still tweaking the design implies they may be a different design.
Are they black plastic, or a semi-translucent material?
Can you share a picture of your actual prototypes?
For anyone else out there looking at options for slider caps, there is this alternative from Sifam:
.....available from Thonk in the UK:
And in the US from here:-
https://www.selcoproducts.com/products/ ... -line-knob
-although they are ridiculously expensive at $1 each, and you have to contact them to order as they are not available to directly order through their website. I'm not sure they will deal with the public either - I was able to order through my employer as they already have an account with them
Having ordered some, I found they fit, but they push in far enough to contact the panel. The 'fix' was to insert a clear silicone 6x2mm o-ring in the cap before fitting it. This reduces the travel and works to give just the right clearance with the panel. The o-ring gets squished down in the recess for the slider as its pushed on.
These work perfectly, for example:
In the end though I prefered the Behringer caps. I might use the Sifam ones for the 1601 sequencer when I build it.