Replacement large rear grille for Hacker radios and record players.
These are now only available directly from the 3D printer, so you will need to sand and polish them yourself.
Prior to attaching the anchors, sanding is not difficult if you use (400+ grit Wet & dry sandpaper and plastic polish). Click those links to see my recommendations.
Note: sanding will not reveal any voids because I print these products at the highest possible resolution with no infill, so they are, in effect, a solid piece of plastic. My advice here is to do this slowly by hand with a folded piece of sandpaper, rather than with a sanding block. This will allow you to better control the amount of plastic that is removed. It can then be finished with steel wool and finally the plastic polish.
I also include five lengths of PLA plastic (not four as shown), which need to be glued in place with a suitable glue, such as Loctite All Plastic Superglue (cheaper on eBay so no Amazon link provided). The grille has five pockets, into which the anchors will fit tightly.
Price is inclusive of shipping to any mainland UK postal address. No additional costs added at checkout.
A smaller grille for the Hacker GP42 record player is available here.
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 27 May, 2018.