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G-gnome's Orac³ - Part 2

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by G-gnome, 1 Sep 2003.

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  1. Hyjnx

    Hyjnx What's a Dremel?

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    ya well i think the yellow idea might be shot i dunno...cuz ive been thinkin bout red...some of the products i found only come with red...annd they are lil too intracite to be messin with the LED...so i know they have a red filter...but it doesnt do anything...so i guess a florecent red (not pink) to change it to red ? or a red film directly ON the VFD?
     
  2. GruntmaN

    GruntmaN What's a Dremel?

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    The anticipation is killing me! Top notch mod man!
     
  3. Gamblor

    Gamblor What's a Dremel?

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    this is so good man.

    Is it possible to wire a 3pin fan into a jack, then the in-jack to the rheobus?
     
  4. ouija

    ouija Trust me, I am doctor!

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    :jawdrop: WOW! I wondered what your new avatar was. This is so cool! Looks so high-tec with all the braided cables and chrome shiny bits. I need to go and change my underwear :eyebrow:
     
  5. Sozialcyke

    Sozialcyke What's a Dremel?

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    This is to be one of the greatest mods I've ever seen. The level of detail is so fantastic. I salute you G-gnome :dremel:

    BTW, you and Zap should have a kid. He would be a mod god...The electronics knowledge of Zap and the case modding capabilities of G-gnome

    *ends his Dr. Frankensteinian mood*
     
  6. bsodmike

    bsodmike Banned

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    possible. there are jacks that allow more than two segments, I've seen up to 4, I've got one of these with my DV camera..., just make sure the machine is off when unplugging/plugging.

    you will notice the hiss/pop your earphones make....this is cause there is a slight short as its slid in....
     
  7. Alizarin

    Alizarin What's a Dremel?

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    IIRC that 3rd pin is to report the RPM of the fan. Although if I'm wrong I'm sure somebody (cough Zap cough) will correct me.
     
  8. tkwsn

    tkwsn What's a Dremel?

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    yeah, it is. shorts to ground twice a revolution.
     
  9. flacowboy

    flacowboy What's a Dremel?

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    man i am hungry
    for updats that is :)
     
  10. [H]ungry[H]ippo

    [H]ungry[H]ippo What's a Dremel?

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    :clap: Update Update Update Update :clap:
     
  11. Goldberg

    Goldberg What's a Dremel?

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    A question rised me a couple of days ago:

    Will the acrylic case get a static load or not? I'm not familliar with acrylic cases and I'm wondering about it.
     
  12. ouija

    ouija Trust me, I am doctor!

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    I think acrylic is fine, if it were acetate it can be charged negatively by rubbing with a cloth which would be dangerous.
     
  13. Gamblor

    Gamblor What's a Dremel?

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    so i can cut the yellow off a fan and it will still work?
     
  14. Gamblor

    Gamblor What's a Dremel?

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    to answer my own question:
    I took out the yellow wire, plugged it in, and it worked fine.
    but i dont have a rheobus to attach it to, maybe it would always be full speed then?
     
  15. macroman

    macroman The One

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    I haven't come across a 'bus yet that uses the yellow wire to control speed. There would be no point. All should be fine for you. :)
     
  16. scopEDog

    scopEDog Minimodder

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    A bit off topic...sorta...but they have g-gnomes orac on koreamod. Even with the non-english speaking crowd you impress people..very cool :dremel:
     
  17. flacowboy

    flacowboy What's a Dremel?

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    not goign to ask why u were surfing a site u cant read lol
     
  18. NiHiLiST

    NiHiLiST New-born car whore

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    ...ummm.... ...because it was KoreaMod! They have some fantastic mods and it's worth figuring out the navigation to be able to see them :D
     
  19. flacowboy

    flacowboy What's a Dremel?

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    they did have some good looking mods but where is gmaome havnet heard fomr him is days :(
     
  20. G-gnome

    G-gnome Peter Dickison

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    Assuming "gmaome" is me ( ;) ) - I have been in hospital having an op on my ankle.:blah:

    It all went fine (removing a plate and screws). I am now at home for the next few weeks so will be modding like a mad-gnome - as Cheese said to me "recovery is for whimps!". I will be fighting my way through the pain, dremel in hand, :)dremel: ) and hope to have an update in a week or so.

    I haven't felt the best the last few days so I am taking things slowly. I should get a lot done in the next few weeks but getting well is my main priority atm. I'll try and make the next update a good one to make up for the delay.;)

    I thank you for your patience. :)
     
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