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Old 27th August 2012, 02:29 PM   #111
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I would like to see yout wire bender Frans

Nice work bksabath
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Old 27th August 2012, 06:54 PM   #112
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I would like to see yout wire bender Frans

Nice work bksabath
Here it is, the (c) FdW 'Wire bender' it makes nice 'square'-bended, and 'un-stressed', very even (sized) bended-resistors.
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Old 27th August 2012, 08:16 PM   #113
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Super cool... I will build one ASAP... I am actually working in a "Menuiserie" so I can have easy access to all sorts of wood and corresponding machines.... (I am also considering building a pair of speaker enclosures )
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Old 27th August 2012, 09:36 PM   #114
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Super cool... I will build one ASAP... I am actually working in a "Menuiserie" so I can have easy access to all sorts of wood and corresponding machines.... (I am also considering building a pair of speaker enclosures )
I'm sure that the speakers will be the easy part thanks for like-ing it
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Can't see anything wrong
BTW you need a resistor wire bender, I will post a picture of mine later today.
There is one thing wrong, IMO you should first have done the full build of the raw, then the pre- and then the clean power supply, this to be enable you to test each step before connecting the next step. By building the input stage very early you risk (there is not much risk ) it at every step of the way.
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Yes I know never got around to get one

Still I am pretty made up with the smd welding

Now that I got around to it is pretty easy

Just a bit of solder paste on track and hold chip with crocodile clip

Just touching with wet solder tip does the trick
About SMD. I do like non-SMD, old school through-hole, constructions, and I like them spacy , not maximum compact. IMO spacy circuits sound better than very compact, as normal for SMD constructions, circuits.
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Old 28th August 2012, 09:45 AM   #117
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Quite right
Just bit and pieces out of stock or Postman waiting for house to be empty
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Just bit and pieces out of stock or Postman waiting for house to be empty
I can not wait to see/get a listening report from you
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Old 28th August 2012, 03:56 PM   #119
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I can not wait to see/get a listening report from you
Right no presssure then

Today I have been making those

Shuld take care of same vibration when mounting PCB
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Right no presssure then

Today I have been making those

Shuld take care of same vibration when mounting PCB
Nice, I did mount my boards on nylon struts and bolts in the boxes, then the boxes are mounted on separate nylon struts and bolts to a 'floating' sub-frame, floating (not truly) by being flexible. Due to the high mass of the 2mm thick copper box the whole system is mass-dampened.
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