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'[EE:] PCBs in Dsub hoods'
2004\06\28@113543 by Mike Hord

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Public reply to a private message, since I think this is something
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I think this may be the best bet.  I'm having a heck of a time finding
anything better.

I know that solder cup DB9's will sandwich a PCB nicely, but the
enclosure to put it in is my problem...

Mike H.

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2004\06\28@121037 by Kyrre Aalerud

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I use some metalized 2-part houses that have 2 supporting strutts and a
wire-support at exit.  They snap together.
By using the correct outline with holes in the two right places, the board
fits perfectly with the dsub connector soldered on.
Maby I can post a picture later from Eagle3D (My new favourite toy!)

Kyrre

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2004\06\28@122708 by SM Ling

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For one off, or small qty, you might look at hacking some gender-changer
(the older type), or just cover all up with heat-shrink tube.

Ling SM
> >>I'm needing to put a small PCB into a DB9 dsub connector.  Does
> >>anyone know of a company that makes a dsub made for that?
> >>
> >>I'll need probably .5" x 1.5" or so, to fit all I need.  I'd like to
> >>avoid a bulge in the middle of the cable if I can.
> >>
> >>Does anyone have any favorite methods?  All I can think of is
> >>buying different ones and trying them out.

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2004\06\28@130708 by llile

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If this is a quantity need, would a custom case be needed?  It would not
cost so much to get one designed and tooled up if there is volume
involved. I can address this possibility off-list if needed.   Light 3D
design and SLA prototyping is something I can do.


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Public reply to a private message, since I think this is something
that more people can benefit from...

I think this may be the best bet.  I'm having a heck of a time finding
anything better.

I know that solder cup DB9's will sandwich a PCB nicely, but the
enclosure to put it in is my problem...

Mike H.

>Pac-Tec probably has something you can use in their "connector
enclosures"
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2004\06\28@130709 by llile

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What is Eagle 3D?


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I use some metalized 2-part houses that have 2 supporting strutts and a
wire-support at exit.  They snap together.
By using the correct outline with holes in the two right places, the board
fits perfectly with the dsub connector soldered on.
Maby I can post a picture later from Eagle3D (My new favourite toy!)

Kyrre

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2004\06\29@114556 by Alex Harford

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Just googled it.... wow!!

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2004\06\29@145143 by David VanHorn

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At 08:46 AM 6/29/2004 -0700, Alex Harford wrote:

>http://web2.callisto.twam.info/eng/index.php?page1=eagle3d
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>Just googled it.... wow!!

I do pov-ray too, I had no idea.

I've taken plastic mold mecs from pro-e and done "better than real" pictures. Our first marketing brochures, and I think the web site picture for http://www.mobilecommand.net are raytracings with POV-Ray.

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2004\06\29@150009 by Kyrre Aalerud

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Eagle3D is a fantastic tool :)

All it needs are more component models.

Kyrre

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> At 08:46 AM 6/29/2004 -0700, Alex Harford wrote:
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> >web2.callisto.twam.info/eng/index.php?page1=eagle3d
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> >Just googled it.... wow!!
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> I do pov-ray too, I had no idea.
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> I've taken plastic mold mecs from pro-e and done "better than real"
pictures. Our first marketing brochures, and I think the web site picture
for http://www.mobilecommand.net are raytracings with POV-Ray.
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2004\06\29@175416 by Mike Hord

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The problem is that this is right between one-off and quantity.

We might need to make a dozen, or even only two or three,
or we may need substantially more.  All in all, though, I don't
believe enough are necessary for any great amount of custom
work to be worthwhile.

I think what'll eventually be used is a small PCB made either
on my bench or by a professional outfit.  I don't know.

Thanks!

Mike H.

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2004\06\29@212054 by David VanHorn

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At 09:02 PM 6/29/2004 +0200, Kyrre Aalerud wrote:

>Eagle3D is a fantastic tool :)
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>All it needs are more component models.

Pov is pretty easy to model in.
I did a Marx generator recently, based on a pile of parts that I acquired at Dayton.

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2004\06\30@051047 by David P Harris

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Hi-
I use Eagle3D, I've even written some models for it.
Here is a site with some generated boards:
embeddedloconet.sourceforge.net/throttle.html
David


Kyrre Aalerud wrote:

>Eagle3D is a fantastic tool :)
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>All it needs are more component models.
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>Kyrre
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'[EE:] PCBs in Dsub hoods'
2004\07\01@023920 by Hopkins
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Fantastic work - keep it up.
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