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Anyone 3-D Printing End Caps?

Mon Jan 05, 2015 10:57 am

I have one M500 and a couple of M1000s in the house, and I broke another end cap yesterday. I thought I had the tabs firmly pressed, but when I rotated the cap, the tab opposite the pressable tabs broke off. Sigh.

Anyway, this seems like excellent 3D Printer bait. Has anyone already generated a model for the Roku Soundbrige end caps?

If there are still Roku affiliated folks reading, and you happen to have an engineering drawing of the end caps or similar, access to that would be very helpful.

Thank you for your time and attention,

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Re: Anyone 3-D Printing End Caps?

Sat Mar 28, 2015 7:36 am

Great idea, :D I'd love to print a few myself.
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Re: Anyone 3-D Printing End Caps?

Sat Apr 18, 2015 4:03 pm

Hello All

I haven't posted here in many years but I had to respond to this post.

Yes, there are end caps available for 3d printing. The file was only made available recently. I've printed a set and they are perfect replacements.

You can find the file (and pictures of my caps) here:

Edit: reread the post and realized that the OP doesn't have a M2000. I'm sure the .stl could be resized to fit the M1000/M500 easily enough or maybe the designer could whip up another for the other models if there was demand.

Soundbridge M2000 (Livingroom)
Soundbridge M1000 (Master bedroom)
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Re: Anyone 3-D Printing End Caps?

Tue Apr 21, 2015 12:00 pm

Bravo . . . .thanks for this!!
I must go, where the Bozos go.
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Re: Anyone 3-D Printing End Caps?

Fri Apr 24, 2015 12:30 am

Great Job!
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Re: Anyone 3-D Printing End Caps?

Tue May 08, 2018 5:29 pm

I was inspired by the M2000 end caps mentioned above and decided to try my hand at making a design for the M500 and M1000. The result is posted here Trying to keep my Soundbridges alive...
73 John

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