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  1. Thread: Which Bezel?

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    I'm assuming you are talking about a standard...

    I'm assuming you are talking about a standard 12mm switch. The determining factor would be the outside diameter of your saber, the listings show the relevant dimensions.
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    What sorts of switches are you looking at? I'm...

    What sorts of switches are you looking at? I'm not sure what switches would show milliamp current ratings. You need to look at the DC current rating, not the voltage (you'd be hard pressed to find...
  3. Adding solder will not cause the pads to lift...

    Adding solder will not cause the pads to lift off, I'm not sure why you think it would. Solder won't be that much softer than the HASL or ENIG on the PCB, but it will be much thicker, and is easy...
  4. You can run some solder on the rings. If you do...

    You can run some solder on the rings. If you do this just make sure not to heat it up too much, or you may release the wires on the other side. If you do one ring at a time and let it cool, it...
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    very nice, I like the design.

    very nice, I like the design.
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    I recommend using aviation style connectors which...

    I recommend using aviation style connectors which you can find by search for GX16 or GX12. This is how I've been making removeable chassis parts for years, and even the first pixel blades. (I still...
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    That could do it.. or you could send an email to...

    That could do it.. or you could send an email to sales at... That may be best if you have drawings or CAD files already.
  8. Thread: 7.4v DC plug.

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    5.5x2.5 would be the typical alternative. If you...

    5.5x2.5 would be the typical alternative. If you are really concerned you can try using a different style. Assuming you are buying batteries with proper protection circuits, the 7.4 charger would...
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    I don't think you really need to worry about...

    I don't think you really need to worry about ordering extras, maybe the diffuser.

    Are you really set on using white blades? Especially for the the tri-cree blades, the thick white will wash out...
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    Anything that is taking someone else's...

    Anything that is taking someone else's copyrighted work without permission is technically illegal. The question is more whether you get caught and they care to protect their copyright against your...
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    It's in the manual. Check out page 36 ;)

    It's in the manual. Check out page 36 ;)
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    They have an entirely different theory of...

    They have an entirely different theory of operation. The NB plays files sequentially, events trigger a new file to play. it's essentially an automated sound player. Smooth swing actively blends...
  13. If you truly have no idea where to start, look at...

    If you truly have no idea where to start, look at the more basic sound boards and carefully read the manuals.
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    Great, enjoy it in good health.

    Great, enjoy it in good health.
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    I have been using exclusively BTF leds for about...

    I have been using exclusively BTF leds for about 5 years now, and have used thousands of their LEDS (my work bench alone features over 2000 pixels), so I don't think the quality is the issue.
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    The simplest wiring issue is swapping the ground...

    The simplest wiring issue is swapping the ground wires on the charge port.
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    I've weighted hilts before by putting copper...

    I've weighted hilts before by putting copper coils the pommel. You can buy thick gauge wire at the hardware store. Copper has a pretty good density, is readily available, and easy to work with. ...
  18. wiring looks correct from what I can tell. Photos...

    wiring looks correct from what I can tell. Photos of your installation may help diagnose potential issues. You may also need to format and reload the SD card. It's hard to say without further...
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    That is rated for 40amps is a clear indication...

    That is rated for 40amps is a clear indication that it is not a protected cell. That means if there is a short it can easily cause a catastrophic battery failure. Sabers can get shorts from...
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    Yes, just use extensions. I don't think the 7"...

    Yes, just use extensions. I don't think the 7" pieces get much use. That's a lot of straight lines and limited access to internals.
  21. I've put switches wherever I feel like it, even...

    I've put switches wherever I feel like it, even in the emitter. If you share a sketch of what your thinking it may be easier to give advice.
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    The font systems work fundamentally differently. ...

    The font systems work fundamentally differently. I don't know what sounds that package holds, so can't say for certain, but I would have to guess that the font doesn't have any files that line up...
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    The 3.7v is not underpowered, it is the correct...

    The 3.7v is not underpowered, it is the correct battery. You need to use the 15A version. Pixels neither need nor want 5v, in actuality their ideal voltage is actually around 3.7-4v.
  24. Thread: Parts Check

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    You need one of the 15A batteries for a pixel...

    You need one of the 15A batteries for a pixel blade. the 3400mah cell will not work.

    It's momentary switches. Read the manual for the board.
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    That's not how the math works. What you've...

    That's not how the math works. What you've approximated here is saying you are trying to pour two liters of water out of a one liter bottle. If you go over your budget you just don't get any more. ...
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