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How to Order

Please read the Terms and conditions first and the product safety information and only order if you are happy with them.

The FAQ may help with any questions that you have about the parts on offer.

Orders accepted from UK and everywhere else.

Note that the shipping costs quoted are for UK only.

Due to international complications and trade problems in sending finished goods and the rocketing price of postage/shipping please email for a shipping estimate to your location.  Please note that you will be responsible for any customs/import charges.  Application of these charges to 'low-value-items' is seemingly randomly applied by some authorities.

The FAQ link has a 'Contact us' form; please use this to let me know what you would like to order and where you would like it to be delivered.  I will then work out the price of your order.  If possible I will see if there is a cheaper but slower way (Slow Boat) and a premium service and let you know both options.

After looking at the cost of accepting money via the internet, the easiest way is to pay by digital banking. "Bank transfer in advance".  This means a bit of work on your part to set up the payment, but it does mean what we are not paying someone to take money from you and pass it to me.

When you complete your order the account details to make the payment are on the "Thank you for your order" screen. Mention the order number in your reference please.

For some reason Bank transfer in advance is not the default option - bear this in mind when you come to the checkout.

You can also pay by Card if you really want to. For low cost items this takes a chunk from the payment that is received at this end. This has become the default option but it is not my choice.

Don't forget that any sales tax or import charges and other  surcharges that are added on when things cross borders are not included in the price paid, and you could be asked to pay these by agencies at your end.  Sorry about that - it is out of my control.

Available in Black only.

The skirt on the Bezel is untrimmed

This 1602 display bezel is for 16 Character, 2 Line displays.

The LCD viewing area (mm) is: L64:W16

The fixing holes to centres (mm): L75:W31

Fixing hole diameter approx (mm): 2.5

The bezel is supplied with blind holes. You may attach it with adhesive material that you provide (quick and easy), or drill the holes through to use screw fastenings. (Prefered method).

Available in Black only.

The skirt on the Bezel is untrimmed

This 2004 display bezel is for 20 Character, 4 Line displays.

The LCD viewing area (mm): L77:W26

The fixing holes centres are: L93:W55

The bezel is supplied with blind holes. You may attach it with adhesive material (quick and easy), or drill the holes through to use screw fastenings. (Prefered method).

New

Panel Bezel designed to complement the 1602 type 2 Display, 

The Bezel has a large hole designed to fit the Encoder Knob.

Designed to give a home-brew project the Whizz Treatment.

See FAQ page for instruction sheet.

Available in Black only.

(Approx Dimensions)

Height: 27mm

Base diam: 46mm

Top diam: 44.5mm

Bottom recess diam: 25mm

Recess Depth: 5mm

Spindle hole 6mm or left unfinished.

Fixing: Allen key grub screw into M3 retained square nut (included)

Not included: Allen key.

 

Note there are 3 knobs in the photograph.

The price is per unit: so you will be sent one knob.

Fittings included 1 x Square M3 nut and 1 x 6mm M3 Grub Screw.

Colour: Black PLA.

Dimensions

Height: 22mm, Diameter 20mm, Recess Depth 6mm, Recess Diameter 16mm. Total shaft length possible 21mm, Shaft from bottom of recess 15mm.

While stocks lasts these are complimentary if you buy a bezel and an encoder / tuning knob or an equipment knob

They are 3.5mm hole and are 9mm long. 

Sorry folks, if they are packed with a bezel they take it over the width for a standard letter here in the UK.

Can't see what you need?

Happy to receive messages and discuss any project requirements.

See the FAQ page for a contact form.