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  • In Neon Off Topic. Odds and Ends
    May 26 1951 July 23 2012 Chicken Cam I moved this to yourplanetneedsyou com Help advance science with distributed computing Boinc berkeley edu 3D Printing Prototyping to functional Thingiverse com Nextengine com Shapeways com Print R2 D2 parts Someone on Youtube has an interesting project happening Crowd Funding Websites Start your project and raise money and don t skip getting the word out with twitter facebook youtube etc Kickstarter RocketHub

    Original URL path: http://www.inneon.com/Off%20Topic.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • In Neon  How to make your robot lean forward.
    5 3 2005 Almost done with slumping mechanism The trick will be putting it all together and fitting it inside without getting in the way of other pieces The box is an from an old LP player I took everything out and cut it diagonally then added a hinge lid The Acrylic wheel turns and lifts the lid and then the robot The motor is strong enough We will learn

    Original URL path: http://www.inneon.com/SRT.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • In Neon Building Lost in Space Robot Torso Hooks Tutorial
    You can also place the sand paper face up on the torso and sand the underside of the plates for a tighter fit Use JB like glue to fit aluminum rods and screws together No clamping needed I used clay to prop the pieces into place and some q tips to clean off the excess before it sets Another tip put some clay on the threads that you don t want glued but are near the contact area This will keep the JB from getting in and hardening later you can wipe out the clay for some clean threads Let dry over night Sand away excess JB Weld then prime and paint J B Weld didn t hold the item all that well I dropped my hooks and all the pieces flew off I ve been told I made a mistake If you sand the aluminium then apply Alumiprep 33 before glueing making sure your parts are mixed equally it will NEVER EVER EVER come free Strangely Torso hooks with hidden mounts are the norm for most builders but to be accurate clearly 6 screws held the hooks in place on the robot and were visible in the first season I made some improvements today I drilled holes in the plate and then inserted a cast pewter bend After I get some Alumiprep 33 I ll try it again I ll probably fasten this to the torso with 6 screws Tim did this in steel leaving his bend rods still long so that he could thread them afterward and use these for mounting Hook in profile above 8 30 2004 My newest models below The plates are aluminum The bends are pewter The bends are attached by drilling holes through the plate then inserting the rod ends and melting the

    Original URL path: http://www.inneon.com/Torsohooks.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • In Neon Building my Robot the Neon and Sound System
    today 8 5 2004 I used Marine Epoxy to mount flat head NYLON 6 32 screws on to the backside of the back plate I have to make sure these don t get in the way of the Neon loops that go behind the back plate and the connections Later I will use the same putty to mount more screws onto the inside of the torso for easy mounting of the back plate I also though of using fiberglass filler I had to move the screws it was very easy to Dremel the Marine Epoxy off cleanly 8 6 2004 I m took apart a cheap set of PC speakers to amplify the signal from the PC I put connectors on all the wires for easy testing Later I ll mount bar with screws and Marine Epoxy to the back side of the back plate Note I may need to build a humanoid robot like Robby above to finish my B9 8 6 2004 I m close the circuit works correctly but is weak when playing music I think a stronger amp is needed 8 6 2004 It wasn t the speaker amp but the power supply As soon as the power spiked it would drop off You could hear it in the power supply fan So much for using an old computer s power supply NOTE 6 26 05 I didn t know what I was doing It would have worked if I jumped a wire I ordered this power supply 8 8 2004 I m using 22 18 gauge spade and ring tongues on a terminal bar both can be found at radio shack A bag full of terminals are just 3 00 I also use shrink tubing where terminals don t make sense You slide this on

    Original URL path: http://www.inneon.com/neon_and_sound_system.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • In Neon  - Neon flashing Circuit by Joe Fox
    regular 120 Vac house current without the inverter ALL ignition coils tried 4 of various makes and ages worked FINE when used with the 12 to 120 Volt inverter I even tested several different wattage inverters 95 120 400 I was not satisfied until I found out why An investigation with the oscilloscope revealed the answer Normal household current out of the wall is a pure sine wave Current provided by low cost inverters is invariably Modified sine wave The fast rise time and high peak voltage excites the ignition coil more efficiently If constructed as shown and used with an inverter the circuit is foolproof and reliable 12 21 2005 James Collins offers his version A few months ago I said I would let everyone know how I was going to wire my neon mouth light Well I have finished and I can send anyone interested a PDF drawing of what I wound up doing Which wound up being close to what Craig Reinbrecht is doing My goal was simple To have the neon light flash well with Dick Tufeld s modified voice Very little or no neon beading effect Work well at low and loud speaker volume settings I used the Tech22 music adapter and the model 8000 power supply like it seams most everyone else is using In examining the music adapter I learned the following things 1 The output impedance is only 3000 ohms which is a little weak for driving the TTL like input of the model 8000 power supply This is almost a design error 2 The output is also pulse width modulated at low audio levels it gives a short full power pulse and at high levels it is on most of the time and it has a gain control that permits the

    Original URL path: http://www.inneon.com/neoncircuit.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • In Neon - Flashing Chest lights.
    ideas Here is another simple chest lamp flasher circuit I know I m not the first to use it I would like to credit the original contributor Note I think that was Mike Lynch That is who I copied Dennis I have added some interesting modification information on how to speed up or slow down the flash rate A video is also included Larger Capacitor SLOWER FLASH RATE Smaller Capacitor

    Original URL path: http://www.inneon.com/lightcircuits.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • In Neon Rotation your droid dome or B9 torso.
    had a lazy susan modified with teeth and a drive gear made Pictures added later A better answer Buy one of these kits from Guy http atomicpickle com kits html The biggest advantage of a wheel over a gear drive is that you can pose your robot when the power is off Check Jim s robot using a plastic gear made by Andy and a VEX system Atomic pickle is

    Original URL path: http://www.inneon.com/Torsorotation.htm (2016-05-02)
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