Common Reed Beetle 10 microns at a time.
Wago has introduced a successor to their 222 line, the 221 series.
I spent some time modeling one up although I think they now offer 3D models. I wasn’t however able to immediately download said model as Wago summarily rejects all Gmail address. What the what?
The new 221 product is actually manufactured with clear plastic which I find of dubious value. I’ve never had a need to see the innards at work. I didn’t model every interior component:
Not really happy with this render, even though I really didn’t spend any time on it. I couldn’t find a material that did the clear plastic justice. Oh well. I mainly use these model to visualize clearances in internal cavities anyway.
The old reliable 222 (2 position) for comparison:
A little bit better the further south you go on the peninsula of course, but still spendy.