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Old 16th March 2012, 04:59 AM   #5621
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Hi Ceevee,
can we use the bss119 instead the bss129?

thank you
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Old 16th March 2012, 09:05 AM   #5622
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Hi all

Where do you get the bobken reg pcb ? How much ?

Or some diy here are made hard wiring for the regulator ?

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Old 16th March 2012, 09:35 AM   #5623
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Should the big 3W resistor be 3 or 15 ohm?
According to the sim 15 ohm leads to 0.017A CCS. Am I right?
It should be 3R.

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I've started gathering components for my Shigaclones, and have a nice section of copper plate for the base/bases.

the plate measures 10.5" (26.7cm) X 4" (10.16cm) X 1/4" (3.56cm).

Is this large enough for two units or should I just use it for one? It seems quite massive compared to the transport mechanism.
The point of copper is to control vibrations, so the size you are describing is definitely not too large.

By the way, the Shiga doesn't have to be mounted in metal. Wood is a very good choice too.
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Old 16th March 2012, 11:42 AM   #5624
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I've started gathering components for my Shigaclones, and have a nice section of copper plate for the base/bases.

the plate measures 10.5" (26.7cm) X 4" (10.16cm) X 1/4" (3.56cm).

Is this large enough for two units or should I just use it for one? It seems quite massive compared to the transport mechanism.
I'm pleased you brought this up.
I'll be starting from scratch on this and wonder if there is a BOM in existence.
I can pick my way through the whole post and make notes of course but I'm sure to miss something.
If anyone with experience of Shiga building has a rough list that would be helpful and I'd be very grateful.
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Old 16th March 2012, 12:08 PM   #5625
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I'm pleased you brought this up.
I'll be starting from scratch on this and wonder if there is a BOM in existence.
I can pick my way through the whole post and make notes of course but I'm sure to miss something.
If anyone with experience of Shiga building has a rough list that would be helpful and I'd be very grateful.
Hi Andrew.

You will find the most of the new stuff reading 10 pages backwards... Give or take a few...

Search for user tvicol.

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Old 16th March 2012, 12:29 PM   #5626
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It should be 3R.



The point of copper is to control vibrations, so the size you are describing is definitely not too large.

By the way, the Shiga doesn't have to be mounted in metal. Wood is a very good choice too.
I was thinking of finding a very nice looking metal or synthetic (plastic etc) box and then dropping a copper plate of the correct size into the bottom. Maybe sandwich a rubber or silicone pad between the copper and the bottom of the box, then screw them together.

Hmm, or would it be better to hard mount the plate to the bottom and use screw in spikes to dissipate any vibrations?
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Old 16th March 2012, 12:39 PM   #5627
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Hi Andrew.

You will find the most of the new stuff reading 10 pages backwards... Give or take a few...

Search for user tvicol.

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Thanks Turbon - missed it somehow !!
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Old 16th March 2012, 12:44 PM   #5628
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Hi Andrew.

You will find the most of the new stuff reading 10 pages backwards... Give or take a few...

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Found it - thanks
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Old 16th March 2012, 01:28 PM   #5629
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I was thinking of finding a very nice looking metal or synthetic (plastic etc) box and then dropping a copper plate of the correct size into the bottom. Maybe sandwich a rubber or silicone pad between the copper and the bottom of the box, then screw them together.

Hmm, or would it be better to hard mount the plate to the bottom and use screw in spikes to dissipate any vibrations?
I am going to use a Phenolic resin impregnated paper which is hard as nails, completely stable and comes in different thicknesses, in Australia it's called paperock but i am certain it's in other parts of the world under a different name.
The good thing is you can use wood working tools and it is heavy.

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Old 16th March 2012, 02:22 PM   #5630
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Hi Ceevee,
can we use the bss119 instead the bss129?

thank you
Nope....bss129 is available and cheap at Mouser.
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