Onkyo A/V Receiver Volume Knob (Model TX-SR505)

Onkyo A/V receiver volume knob (model TX-SR505)

For your home

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Dog, toddler, or drunk buddy ever eat the volume knob off your A/V receiver? It happens. Print a new one.

Printed in natural so it contrasted for the picture, but my installed version is black to match the receiver.

First design ever (from 8/12/2014).

See time-lapses of the things I print here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ9nW8XQAPWKGGKRd9LFQNQ

Materials and methods

PLA, ABS, PETG/+, nylon all should work since the part isn't under much stress.

No supports or special instructions. The part is fairly straight forward.



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Mini headshotBrad Vaughan commented ago

The overall diameter is 50.7mm. The overall height/depth is 22mm. The hole is inset 10mm from the back (i.e., part facing the receiver) and is 10mm deep. That leaves 2mm, which is the depth of the face.

Mini headshotBrad Vaughan commented ago

If you have 123D Design (free from Autodesk), or some other application

that can interact with 123dx files, you can open the design file included

on this page. If not, I can take a look in the next few days and get back

to you.

A114056c36eb74a735a83af202f4a6b4?default=blank&size=40Brett Szabo commented ago

Could you give me info on the diameter of the whole piece and depth of the hole? Thanks

Mini headshotBrad Vaughan published this design ago