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Old 8th July 2017, 10:23 PM   #1
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Default Fostex 126en phase plug needed

Hi.

My little daughter just made a predictable thing...fingers on the dust caps. i've tried everything but with no results. Where can i find a phase plug for it? Or maybe someone can tell me how to do one.

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Fostex 126en phase plug needed
We discontinued ohase plugs for these as sales were slow the only reason to use them is a dustcap damaged beyond recovery.

Have you seen this: FE12x dustcap fix

I have attached the plans for the ones we used to do, and a 3D print file done by a client.

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Old 9th July 2017, 09:07 AM   #3
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Than you very much. I think i will try the phase plugs. my dust caps are in bad condition.

i think that i can remove the dust cap with a xacto but need advice to glue the phase plug. is there any guide out there?

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Fostex 126en phase plug needed
Use a pair of steel screws to the bottom of the plug and the polepiece will hold them in place (it is a strong magnet). These leaves the plugs removable & adjustable.

There are some pictorals of dust-cap removal here: planet_10 hifi. RS 40-1197 is closest to FE126.

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Just modeled and printed two of these today on our big Fortus FDM 3D printer. Dumped some acetone on them and sanded smooth. Thanks again Dave.
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Pictures?

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Just painted them a grayish-blue to match the EnABL.
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Finished them this morning. Very easy to do.
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Thanx. Those look good.

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