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 on: September 16, 2019, 07:43:07 07:43 
Started by metal - Last post by xor
you can use single cell switch using the 4016 in your situation need two and make XOR logic on command pins or, a simple R/C network can be put in place of the 20k pot to fade the audio

 22 
 on: September 16, 2019, 06:36:09 06:36 
Started by metal - Last post by Old_but_Alive
just use a rotary or toggle switch, 2 sockets, i plug, and a few bits of wire - simple

 23 
 on: September 16, 2019, 05:55:57 05:55 
Started by metal - Last post by Sideshow Bob
How are planning to power this thing using power from a USB port perhaps. Anyway In this situation I would perhaps have selcted the least hitech method like using a mechanical switch or a relay. As 3 pole double throw relays are quite common

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 on: September 16, 2019, 04:54:51 04:54 
Started by metal - Last post by metal
I have a problem in my office where I usually use headphones for my mobile and PC audio, and I have to either two headphones for phone and PC and keep removing/putting them according to which audio I need, or use one headphone and move the 3.5mm Jack from phone to PC and vice versa. I know this sounds silly, but it is really annoying when you have to switch between the PC and phone audio during 8~16 hours everyday.

I want to make an audio switch which has two inputs and one output, any brilliant ideas!? audio switch IC recommendation is most welcome.

 25 
 on: September 15, 2019, 07:15:05 19:15 
Started by dcmusic - Last post by dcmusic
CountryNew Zealand
NoteExperience:
Electronics Engineering. Mostly hobby, occasionally get to do it for money. Mostly analog work, laboratory instrumentation. With some use of microcontrollers, although only pic recently.  
I just built my first simple pic project using a pic10F322 with picKit4.
I wanted to use it as a learning step and challenge. It proved to be a bigger challenge than I needed :).
I probably should have used a more capable pic, oh well. It works. So I'm hoping to join this forum to learn about PIC and share my thoughts on what I've found.

 26 
 on: September 15, 2019, 06:24:06 18:24 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by Wizpic
How do you feel about 16mm supported for the x (Ya I know you suggested that just stating it to be clear) and 16mm unsupported for the Y sinice it wont have as much weight on it. (1000mm in length for both)

I used 20 or 25mm for the y and x and 16mm for the z along with the bearings.

 27 
 on: September 15, 2019, 04:39:58 16:39 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by Parad1gm
16mm is not big enough for X. You will get sag relative to the baseboard. I use 20mm and that still isn't good enough. You need 25mm or a supported rail with the open bottom bearings. TB6600 drivers are very cheap and work well - not TB6560. The cheap Chinese 100KHz USB Mach3 I/Fs also work well. Stay clear of those that use counterfeit PlanetCNC CNCUSB drivers,

How do you feel about 16mm supported for the x (Ya I know you suggested that just stating it to be clear) and 16mm unsupported for the Y sinice it wont have as much weight on it. (1000mm in length for both)

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 on: September 15, 2019, 01:18:33 13:18 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by hosmis
A novice makes a lot of mistakes.
You should do something simple and inexpensive before mistakes are too costly.
How the cnc works, which program is more suitable for the job, how much should be the size of the engine - driver - smps powers will do your job .. ??
After that you do something of good quality and expensive and solid.
Maybe it'il do what you do.

 29 
 on: September 15, 2019, 11:20:05 11:20 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by Wizpic
Yes there are plenty of videos showing you there home made CNCíS,but what they donít say how good they are, if you only want to mill wood with it then may be ok but I guess how good you want the tolerance to be, even milling wood I found it no good. I wanted mine for pcb work and found out that it was it was not good enough. Even though I copied plans and brought all the best parts for it thinking it was going to be good enough  .
Each to there own I guess, I leant the hard way,

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 on: September 15, 2019, 09:08:20 09:08 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by hosmis
Who said, he wouldn't have CNC from MDF.     Smiley
If you're just gonna use it for wood

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=homemade+mdf+cnc+wood

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=homemade+mdf+cnc+pcb


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1_6vZKXZR0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smIi4zrfatw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjdXpp77MdU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tay5zPYahm0  
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