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    Re: Electronics

    Quote Originally Posted by habik View Post
    Nice. Did you use the mechanics from finisher lift?

    I had quite a few put aside from old Kyo 6030 finishers to use for PV panels project and glass house ventilation, left it all in previous job. Time to restart the project.


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    Yes i mainly wanted the wire ropes and the spring roll pins plus some comps from some boards.
    Can't remember from which finisher i got them because i just had finished college at the time
    and the only way to get them was to sneak into my fathers shop to "steal" the parts lol

    I don't like the new copier I just bought. It says "put face down" but every time I do it, it blinds my eyes.

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    Re: Electronics

    I have heard of a hack for the laser diode, putting it in a mag light and having a poor mans light saber. I have saved a few diodes but never got around to trying. found this site for all of you do it yourselfers...

    http://hacknmod.com/topics/lasers/

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    A mans lamp.....





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    Re: Electronics

    Quote Originally Posted by allan View Post
    Think its a good idea to start an electronics thread. Hope there are guys here interested in this stuff.



    Here is the first part of an ozone generator i am making from a HV transformer found on a KM B601.


    Attachment 32970

    Anyone played with HV supplies before?
    Learned a lot about PCB development. Should find something better than Auto-cad to use.
    IMG-20160528-WA0006.jpgIMG-20160528-WA0020.jpgIMG-20160528-WA0022.jpgIMG_20160528_232129.jpg

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    Re: Electronics

    Quote Originally Posted by allan View Post
    Think its a good idea to start an electronics thread. Hope there are guys here interested in this stuff.

    Anybody ever used copier electronics for something useful?


    Here is the first part of an ozone generator i am making from a HV transformer found on a KM B601.
    Got it up to 3.5KV i guess. More KV would be nice.

    Attachment 32970

    Anyone played with HV supplies before?
    Neon Lighting Transformers are good for making Jacob's Ladders and Ozone Generators!

    16-20 Kv accomplishes quite a bit!



    PS--stepper motors from copiers are good for building 3D printers!....I've collected a few but that's about it!

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    Re: Electronics

    Those neon transformer are quite expensive. The work very well in making ozone.
    I handed a new friend of mine stepper motors from a B601 and weeks later they were used in a CNC router.

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    Re: Electronics

    Quote Originally Posted by qbert69 View Post
    Neon Lighting Transformers are good for making Jacob's Ladders and Ozone Generators!

    16-20 Kv accomplishes quite a bit!



    PS--stepper motors from copiers are good for building 3D printers!....I've collected a few but that's about it!
    PPS--If you do the Jacob's Ladder, DO NOT touch the rods with your bear hands after running it for a while!...the rods will burn the pi$$ out of your hands!...DOH!

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    Re: Electronics

    I thought this was kind of relevant. Looks like someone who owns an iron decided to replace the charging port on their phone...and now the phone doesn't work.





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    Re: Electronics

    Quote Originally Posted by allan View Post
    Those neon transformer are quite expensive. The work very well in making ozone.
    I handed a new friend of mine stepper motors from a B601 and weeks later they were used in a CNC router.
    Post some pictures of the CNC router. I've been trying to find the time to do something similar.

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    Re: Electronics

    Quote Originally Posted by fixthecopier View Post
    I thought this was kind of relevant. Looks like someone who owns an iron decided to replace the charging port on their phone...and now the phone doesn't work.



    That's some nice looking soldering ... but he missed a spot. Almost got the whole thing.

    I wonder why it doesn't work? =^..^=

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