New to this community and to 3-d printing. It's been a week since I purchased my first 3-d printer (an Ender 5 Pro), and I stumbled across Karl's YouTube videos while searching for viable throttle quadrant(s) to build. I am very impressed with the quality of these designs and their "accessibility".
I plan to download the .stl files for the B767 and the B737.v3 throttle quadrants shortly, but have a question about the potentiometers, as I cannot source these from eBay, from my location (India):
(1) RV24YN 20S HQ POT 10K Ohm:
This particular pot is available on Banggood, but to my location (India) they will only ship the 5K-ohm version.
So my questions are:
(i) I understand that using the 5K-ohm version might result in greater power dissipation and possible overheating. Would this be a risk not worth taking?
(ii) Would someone be able to provide me more details of this potentiometer: shaft rotation in degrees, dimensions, and a diagram with dimensions, so that I could search for alternatives in the 10K-ohm range.
(2) 10 KOHM POTENTIOMETER:
This (or something similar-looking) seems to be available on Banggood.in, but as no details are provided on the eBay link, would someone be able to give me: shaft rotation in degrees, dimensions, full part number, and perhaps a diagram with dimensions.
Thanks for your help!