Bit setter case question

Does anybody have comments on this bit setter case?

All reviews are 5 star.

What an interesting concept! I would worry about tolerances in the cradle that might effect accuracy. A bit-setter that’s not spot-on accurate would not be particularly useful.

EDIT: I just took a deeper look at the way it’s designed. I guess it doesn’t matter how the cradle fits, since the mechanical end of this thing is a fixed button on the case itself…so as long as it is as sturdy as the regular bitsetter, this setup should work. They’re only using the bitzero to trigger a signal back to the control board. So I take back the concern above. It’s a pretty good idea.


I think @CNCInspiration might have made one of these once, but might be mistaken.

Is that the one from this thread?

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