Printed E-Drum Trigger Pad No.1

A well functional e-drum trigger pad. Most parts are 3d-printed. It’s still work in progress but I’m very happy with the results so far. You can watch the progress on thingiverse and for most recent changes look on my git repository.

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You are of course also well welcome to contribute!

Non printed parts:
-Threaded rod (6mm,130mm)
-4 M6 75mm bolts
-6 M6 25mm bolts
-1 M6 50mm bolt
-M6 nuts
-Sensor piezo (like this one http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Electronic_component_piezo.jpg)
-8″ meshhead
-a jack socket.
-sponge or felt (between the sensor and the mesh, hope to find
a printable solution)

The printed parts of my version weight about 375g.

Instructions:

Print every part just one time, except the baseC and rim files. BaseC has to be printed 2, the rim 4 times. The biggest part, the shell, has a diameter of 180mm.
I have printed them with a 0.8mm nozzle, as for my experience this is the best choice for strong parts and fast results. Other print settings were 0.25mm layer height and 30% infill.

Cut the threaded rod in pieces:
4 * 230mm
2 * 190mm

The assembly can be figured out by the pictures, I hope. If you have problems, just ask:)

One thought on “Printed E-Drum Trigger Pad No.1

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