New "hold-in-place" frame for the "Play- Cue- Sync" Buttons.
DIY Denon Play-Cue-Sync Repair for MCX8000,MC7000XEU
here I offer you a STL- file, with which you can print out a new holding frame for your "Play- Cue- Sync-" buttons simply your by 3D- printer.
Since the printouts of most FDM 3D printers generally do not come close to the surface quality of the original components (visible line formation), I offer a hybrid solution for this problem.
You only need your original play, cue and sync buttons, which you can edit according to the pictures and simply put on the new holder.
This way, only the original plastic parts are visible when installed!
The printing time on my 3D printer was approx. 2.25 hours - that means, if you are practised, you can make the Dj desk usable again in approx. 3- 5 hours.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.