3D Printed Talkbox Cap

July 8th, 2023
music, tech
A few days ago I asked for advice on how to make a cap for my MXR M222 talkbox. I got a lot of good suggestions, including looking for a matching rubber stopper, 3D printing with 95A TPU for flexibility, or turning something on a lathe and embedding a silicone O-ring. But then Paul Ganssle saw my post and reached out: he saw one of these on Thingverse and offered to print me one.

He brought it by yesterday, and it's great!

It fits just right: not too hard to slide on, but doesn't feel like it's going to slide off by accident.

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