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Old 5th August 2011, 07:44 AM   #491
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Default Pdf has size limit.... and you have not the information the forum cannot do that

Software says anything....just does not upload.

You see the reason why i decided not to support non assembled boards.... this happens a lot.... we, humans, we do mistakes all time long...one after the other, continuously and in a repeated way...this is human.

The worst and most problematic human defect is when guys deny that can make mistakes...these ones are the most dangerous ones... the arrogance made them blind.

And all this go and return, with images published, drives people to panic..they may think we are all idiots...when in the reality we are just humans.

No good.... do not publish step by step procedure please....just fix and publish final work dear Juan...all this process is not good for our image.

Your board is not standard, not supported and have not my appointment....boards for this project are Blue boards Brazilian ones people can find in this home page:

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Untested boards are no good to be published, also no good to be offered, because can produce a big mess.

Boards should be tested, prior to publish...they should be assembled...then mistakes will appear into the smoke the amplifier will produce..also possible oscilations can be checked.. space in between parts..room to parts... small space in between tracks producing shorts while soldering...all these details appears (only) when we assemble.

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Old 5th August 2011, 07:57 AM   #492
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Talking Is all good I fallow you my friend humans make mistakes

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Software says anything....just does not upload.

You see the reason why i decided not to support non assembled boards.... this happens a lot.... we, humans, we do mistakes all time long...one after the other, continuously and in a repeated way...this is human.

The worst and most problematic human defect is when guys deny that can make mistakes...these ones are the most dangerous ones... the arrogance made them blind.

And all this go and return, with images published, drives people to panic..they may think we are all idiots...when in the reality we are just humans.

No good.... do not publish step by step procedure please....just fix and publish final work dear Juan...all this process is not good for our image.

Your board is not standard, not supported and have not my appointment....boards for this project are Blue boards Brazilian ones people can find in this home page:

*

Untested boards are no good to be published, also no good to be offered, because can produce a big mess.

Boards should be tested, prior to publish...they should be assembled...then mistakes will appear into the smoke the amplifier will produce..also possible oscilations can be checked.. space in between parts..room to parts... small space in between tracks producing shorts while soldering...all these details appears (only) when we assemble.

regards,

Carlos
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Old 8th August 2011, 08:13 AM   #493
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Default Nice work you are doing Vargas.

This 3D image is very nice.

I was watching details...nice!...they made resistor leads shiny having a real metal look .... but shadows are like "man on the moon pictures"..shadows does not make any sense as only electrolytic produces shadows in the correct position (12 hours sunlight).. look that one, the close up picture attached show a stair case shadow when the component is not this way....well.... artistic abstraction they made.... was nice.... also transistor have lost some weight..they are abnormal...too much thin....but i like anyway....it is awesome clear image... detailed image.

We can see mirror effect produced in the electrolytic condenser surface..... nice!

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Old 8th August 2011, 01:51 PM   #494
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Thank you so much my friend is good mental entertainment.
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Old 8th August 2011, 02:51 PM   #495
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Default I am curious to know how long you took to learn how to use the software

and how long you took to create this 3D image.

Usually this spend a lot of time.... watch the software i use to save my time:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgaYlML5cJQ

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Old 9th August 2011, 03:10 AM   #496
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That 3d board looks very nice Varga. What program do you use to create such nice art?

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Old 9th August 2011, 11:40 AM   #497
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Hi niss_man!

I use 3D Studio max 2010 and all you see is from scratch I have to create models for the components, is fun to do I mean it took about a few years to learn the software xD.
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Old 10th August 2011, 04:57 AM   #498
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Ahh a proper 3d program. It certainly shows it looks brilliant. I can only use Autocad never learnt 3d studio.

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Old 25th August 2011, 06:03 AM   #499
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Default Dx Blame ST and Supercharged built by Newton

He will also build he MKIII Hx.

Here you have a picture and a link to the ST unit playing:

DX ST com VUs - YouTube

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Old 1st May 2012, 07:35 PM   #500
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Default Here you have a new link to Dx Blame amplifiers data

DX Blame Amplifiers - Carlos Mergulhão

As you know you can have in English and also Portuguese, just click in the flags you will see.

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