"that vincent guy" (was Re: PDP-8/I replica kit)
tdk.knight at gmail.com
Tue Apr 28 08:01:33 CDT 2015
But yea if ur interested in selling me the light panel and te switch panel
that would be amazing then i can slowly work on making something that can
be put into an original if i need to in a heart beat plus it does not
belong hiden away in a box like this stuf is right now
On Monday, April 27, 2015, Adrian Stoness <tdk.knight at gmail.com> wrote:
> by fortis i mean this
> On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 8:02 PM, Adrian Stoness <tdk.knight at gmail.com
>> the part the switch rocks on
>> the other bits i can prolly print if i learn how to use the fortis down
>> the st
>> On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 7:59 PM, Vincent Slyngstad <
>> v.slyngstad at frontier.com
>>> From: Adrian Stoness: Monday, April 27, 2015 5:45 PM
>>>> along those lines yes
>>>> but least for now have something to mount them to thats not smashed got
>>>> of the switches / holders still more to dig up i think.plus those 8m
>>>> ones i
>>>> found in the mix.
>>> I think the switch footprints are somewhat compatible between the
>>> models, though I'm not sure the rocker mounts are.
>>> if u got advice on the back half of the switches and safe ways to get
>>>> off /restor that be awsome as well
>>> I don't know about "safe ways", but I did once open the tabs on the back
>>> of one and replace the metal part of the slider with one from another
>>> switch that lacked the rocker mounts. It was a little fussy bending
>>> everything back "just so".
>>> im guna take the metal part to a friend see what cost to get a bunch of
>>>> peaces lazer cut
>>> Which metal part is that? The bezel is cast, and the light guides are
>>> drilled fiberboard. Maybe you mean the switch stabilizer bar(s)?
>>> Or are you thinking of metal instead of plastic for the artwork?
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