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NS6 Platter Covers

[O/][iii][O/] 4:21 PM - 28 January, 2012
I know this wasn't recommended, but haven't had a single problem since doing this after about 12 hours of playtime.

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Couldn't stand the silly, fake 45 adapters that were silkscreened from the factory.

Bonus: No more fingerprints.
haze324 5:08 PM - 28 January, 2012
dude that shit looks great!!!!

makes me want an NS6.
Papa Midnight 6:54 PM - 28 January, 2012
That actually looks pretty good....
[O/][iii][O/] 8:42 PM - 28 January, 2012
Yeah, the look and feel is outstanding compared to the original surface IMO.

Anyone wanting to tackle this themselves the diameter is exactly 5".

I suppose you could select any color and finish you wanted, but I opted for non-glare matte black for a no frills, all business aesthetic that ties in with aluminum control surface.
semajjames 10:19 PM - 28 January, 2012
what is the material you have stuck on to them ??
[O/][iii][O/] 12:00 AM - 29 January, 2012
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what is the material you have stuck on to them ??


High grade signmaker's vinyl.
DJ MDX 2:37 AM - 29 January, 2012
Looks good.
Ragman 5:16 AM - 29 January, 2012
That shite is tight...
Ragman 5:17 AM - 29 January, 2012
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what is the material you have stuck on to them ??


High grade signmaker's vinyl.

Where did you purchase it from?
[O/][iii][O/] 5:32 PM - 29 January, 2012
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what is the material you have stuck on to them ??


High grade signmaker's vinyl.

Where did you purchase it from?


Local sign company that has a CAD vinyl cutter. I imagine every city has at least one of these places. I just made 5" circle in Adobe Illustrator, sent them the vector file, selected the color/finish of material and an hour later I had them in hand.
Ragman 10:19 PM - 29 January, 2012
Cool. Thanks much...
MusicDan 4:19 AM - 30 January, 2012
very nice
DJPrice_inMD 2:52 PM - 30 January, 2012
Yeah that is pimp looking, much better than the stock look.
Manny C dot com 7:59 AM - 31 January, 2012
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I just made 5" circle in Adobe Illustrator


LOL!!!!
You know, you could have just told them "I need a circle exactly 5-inches in diameter"
[O/][iii][O/] 11:32 AM - 31 January, 2012
Haha, yeah, orobably, but didn't want to risk it being off at all since the tolerances were so tight. I trust no one to do stuff right so I do it myself. Plus the sign guy had a lazy eye which furthered my apprehension to simply give him the size and hope he wouldn't screw it up.
[O/][iii][O/] 11:33 AM - 31 January, 2012
"probably"

Damn no edit function here !;!((?,:/$&"@)@&)(!?,?!!!
phatbob 11:43 AM - 31 January, 2012
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Plus the sign guy had a lazy eye which furthered my apprehension to simply give him the size and hope he wouldn't screw it up.


LOL
DjCity 10:15 PM - 12 July, 2012
Are you still able to scratch with the covers on the platters???
DjCity 11:05 PM - 12 July, 2012
Also, what did you use as adhesive?
DjCity 7:52 PM - 16 July, 2012
Are you still able to scratch with the covers on the platters???
I really need an answer to my question. I want to use the covers on the platters but I NEED the touch sensitive platters to still work with the covers on.

Will they???
djemdub 8:48 PM - 16 July, 2012
The ns6 worked fine when I had the protective blue manufacturer stickers on it.the ns6 platters work off of heat if I'm not mistaken, I THINK it should work as long as you calibrate them each use(the way you're supposed to even without any covers). BUT don't take my word for it.I don't want to be the reason why you're scraping off adhesive from your platters lol just wait for someone else to chime in. The platters cannot bother you that much to the point that you want to cover them ASAP