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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
If you need replacements for the Dragon Line/Tape, EQ, Dolby, Subsonic etc. buttons and don't want to be gouged on eBay, this is for you.
The texture of the buttons is different to the original in that it has a sintered look and feel, so you may want to get a set, but then it costs less to get a set 3D printed than it does to buy just one from scalpers on eBay. You can also get them in other colors from Shapeways, or buy white and spray paint them!
I used the Black Stong and Flexible for my buttons and they fit perfectly and look great. I've included the other colors available and the high def acrylate as apparently this is smoother (although I've not tried it myself).