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Thread: Reproduction mirror switch project

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhye View Post
    1.32 batch sold out. Thank you for supporting the project. The 1.33 version (10 pcs) should appear no later than end of Jan 2023.
    Hi, I would love to buy one, if there are any available.

    Also, I'm in Poland, too (Wroclaw)!

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    The 1.33 batch got delayed a bit (a bad luck with interference fit - had to order some 3D printed parts once again). I'm slowly moving closer to final assembly and tests - if nothing else surprises me, the switches should be available by the end of March.

    IMG_20230227_133317941.jpg IMG_20230227_133309661.jpg IMG_20230227_133613213.jpg

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    Nice work!

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhye View Post
    The 1.33 batch got delayed a bit (a bad luck with interference fit - had to order some 3D printed parts once again). I'm slowly moving closer to final assembly and tests - if nothing else surprises me, the switches should be available by the end of March.

    IMG_20230227_133317941.jpg IMG_20230227_133309661.jpg IMG_20230227_133613213.jpg
    REALLY excited about this update!!! Keep up the good work!!
    Vin 11035 wide stripe, flat hood, 5 speed, Spec 1 exhaust, custom grey/black interior, custom lighting, custom stereo and custom alot of stuff!

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    1 non-backlit and 5 backlit switches of the recently finished 1.33 batch are still available - details on PM.

    1.33_01.jpg

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    Interested...sent you a PM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimgravina View Post
    Interested...sent you a PM!
    Shipped. Thank you for your purchase!


    Just one backlit v1.33 switch available. Next batch planned for autumn 2023. Once again, many thanks to all the buyers for supporting the project!

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    Hey there, is the next batch going to be available soon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paullckby View Post
    Hey there, is the next batch going to be available soon?
    I slowed down a bit mostly because of the pretty low interest at the moment. I guess surface quality may be the main obstacle here and I'm investigating possible solutions for that.
    I've also almost finished a slight redesign of the illuminated insert holder and some other minor technological improvements (with no impact on function or appearance). I think the next small batch will be ready late autumn.

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    Just a little update on the next batch (V1.34). I've finally tested a new way to get the surface quality closer to that of the original switch. Here's the comparison, from left to right: current design (V1.33), OEM switch and V1.34 (chemically polished).

    IMG_20231214_192136021.jpg

    The new post processing method, apart from being pretty expensive, causes a couple of new issues, like some strange distorsions of the critical geometry of the part, disappearing edges etc. Another redesign is needed to compensate those effects.

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