One of the Tekronix AM503 current probe amplifiers arrived without the panel bushing for the Balance trim pot. Back in the day, you could presumably order part number 350-0301-02 and have it delivered (most likely) by your local Tek representative:
Those days are over.
A few minutes produced a doodle with pretty-close measurements:
The as-built bushing turned out just a smidge too long, so make yours a scant eighth of an inch. Maybe the Tek dimension is the overall length?
An SLA resin printer might crank out such a thing, but it’s well below the looks-good / fits-well resolution limit of an ordinary fused-filament printer.
Applying the mini-lathe to a 1/4 inch white acrylic rod produced a reasonable facsimile:
The side view:
Acrylic is definitely the wrong material for the job, but it came readily to hand while pondering the Shelf o’ Rods. Acetal would be better, as you could easily trim off the aforementioned excess length with a knife.
All’s well that ends well:
A dab of white acrylic adhesive around the raw opening holds the bushing in place and it looks good enough to me.
The motivation for this boils down to having the bushing center the pot twiddler required to set the balance, which I must do every time I fire up the amps, even after waiting for the half-hour required to stabilize them at their operating temperature.