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Beogram CDX CDX2 CD 3300 gear for lid broken

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ethuijs
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ethuijs posted on Sun, Oct 15 2017 8:59 PM

I.am repairing a Beogram CD 3300 for a friend. The lid won't open. Only by hand. I already  have a new belt but when I opened the CD 3300 I discovered that also the yellow gear is broken (See the yellow gear on picture, CDX or CDX2 has the same part). Does anyone have such a part or knows where to get it?

 

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chartz
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chartz replied on Mon, Oct 16 2017 1:07 PM

Yes on eBay.

Jacques

Bernd Kayser
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Hallo chartz,

I' m also in need of this gear, but unfortunately could not find any on ebay as you say. Do you have a link for me perhaps?

Greets

Bernd

ethuijs
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Hi Bernd, I have this part printed with 3D printer. Send private message and I give you the details. Regards Edwin

Bernd Kayser
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Hi, edwin you have a pn

Purplehippy
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Hello I am not new to stereo repair, but new too the Beoworld of repair. I have a Beogram CD X with one of these gears with chewedup teeth. Do you have any more of these gears that I could buy from you ???

Please!!!

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If you have any more gears I would love to get one from you as well as a belt too maybe???

Purplehippy
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I would realy like to find one of these gears too !!!!

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beodries replied on Thu, Feb 21 2019 11:08 PM

Hi Edwin, I send you a pm yesterday about the lid gear. Is it possible to buy one? best regards, Dries

Beobuddy
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Didn't get closer to the original than this:

10 teeth (as with the original) instead of 12.


Beobuddy
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And the back:

 


solderon29
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Looks good,but looks a bit soft?What's it made of,and can you supply or provide a link please?

Nick

Beobuddy
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It isn't soft. It's the resolution from printing. This one is printed with a 0,25mm nozzle with 0,1mm layer.

The filament is just PLA. I have different filaments, CPE+, Nylon, Pet-G and even TPU98-A for making flexiable bushings. (I print these for replacing the silicon version around transformers. The latter is more difficult to print.

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I am also looking for the same part, where can I get one? Thanks

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Evan replied on Mon, Jul 1 2019 5:16 PM

If anyone wants to try an SLA-printed version of their CAD model for this please share it with me. I can try to have one made from resin in really high precision (and strength).

Beo4 'til I die!

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