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Babelfish M25, SissySIT - general building tips and tricks
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Old 28th March 2020, 11:10 AM   #1641
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Old 28th March 2020, 06:19 PM   #1643
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Hi gents.

I'm simulating the boxing of my SissySIT, and need some advice.
My trannies are big boys, and fill almost all the width of my 4u 400 case.
How would you guys place the parts?
In the picture, the two white points beside the trannies show where I want to mount the Tokin. But doing so will put theit big legs at a few mm from the transformers.

Is it acceptable? Both for heat and noise?

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Old 28th March 2020, 06:30 PM   #1644
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If your case is high enough, you can stack the transformers.
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acceptable

though , can you put big boyz stacked vertically ?

it's easy to drill one black core all the way, and use longer bolt

something as I did here , and even simpler - you don't have pots to care about isolation etc. : post #52 , Most Greedy Boy, of them all... or (there is no) DEFiSIT of Papa's Koans

that way , you'll have space for bridges at left and right of Donuts

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also , use some spacers between lower frame L brackets and base plate , to allow some space for routing mains wires beneath
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Here is a picture of my SissySIT with stacked Antek transformers. I purchased a length of threaded rod and cut it to size, with nuts at both ends to bolt the transformers in place.

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Old 28th March 2020, 07:03 PM   #1648
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Thanks!
I'll explore the stacking option.
ZM, I don't need to route the mains below the perforated baseplate.
I have FW like PSU boards, with a path for mains live and neutral, along with CL60. Looks pretty straightforward to provide mains to the transformers without any hassle.
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