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A working set of buttons. Today though, I thought it’s time for at least a brief update on the chaos After my comrade in arms had attended the internal damage, replacing and repairing the fragile deck mechanism, he was left with a dilemma, in that operating the buttons on the unit with a screwdriver probably wouldn’t be acceptable to most users of the device.

So everyone’s favorite rotating mini-multi-tool was called into action to take down the offending lumps and bumps and hey-presto Yes, delete it Cancel.

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After an hour of designing and refining, we had something that resembled the original item, albeit a little thicker where we could spare the space, and a little simpler where we could get around the need for complexity.

Your Email Remember me. More refinements were made and we got the final design licked in another gostex or so. The Hackaday Prize. Unfortunately for this poor 4-track deck, someone had vented their frustration at sometime and there was what I can only describe as a fist shaped mark in the front of the unit.

Fixing the Forgotten – Fostex X26 A tale of tape decks, buttons and woe.

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Braille Smartphone Keypad Vijay. Debating the repair of the existing buttons was not on the cards they were all missingthe only option was a bespoke production run. About Us Contact Hackaday. Description So, foostex been a while since I’ve had the time and inclination to share my experiments here.

You are about to report the project ” Fixing the Forgotten – Fostex X26 “, please tell us the reason. A friend called on me a week previous now with a curious device, a device fondly remembered from my childhood admittedly I fostfx had anything quite so posh.


Similar Projects The Hackaday Prize. It felt good to have this nostalgic little device running again, not least as they seem to be in demand at the moment. That coupled with the lack of knobs, broken play pause, and seek buttons left the deck in rather a sorry state.

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Sign up Already a member? Already have an account? Using an existing button, we set about the painstaking task of measuring the exact dimensions and re-creating the design in Sketch-up a lot of CAD elitists give this Google product a hard time, but as a beginner needing a quick and accurate 3d dev tool, I have found nothing better.

I will add at this point the deck in question had a sibling, which by per chance was in much better condition and had all it’s knobs and buttons.

You should Sign Up. Anyway 3D batch printing the parts rolled in at about 4 hours, the parts were cleaned and filed, still didn’t fit well they fostez in, but some controls were held under pressure, preventing others from operating

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