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  1. Please note, manufacturing the boards will take a bit of time, but I have decided to fund this project. Gathering up all the components will actually take a bit of time, as well. I will be making 10 boards, 1 goes to the manufacturer, 1 goes to me, and that leaves 8 for the general varanormal group that will be distributed by Andres. I will also be packing each board with all parts needed to complete the project. The only thing needed will be a Aluminium Project Box,which if I send, will cost me a fortune in shipping. Andres will be able to point you to a good case on Amazon. Please contact Andres if you wish a kit, but if you require a completed kit (minus case) please let Andres know NOW, and he will let me know to include the proper number of completed boards. Thank you all, and especially Thank You, To Andres!
  2. To be honest, a power supply made up of a bank of batteries is the ABSOLUTE best. Mounting them in a battery pack on the outside of the case, would make it easier to replace the batteries.
  3. which , while high on sensationalism, is lacking specifics...as per usual
  4. I would still suggest that larger articles are uploaded to "the Cloud"....but thats only my own opinion.
  5. I was mistaken that Gismo had added updates to the circuit, and Im sorry that I made that comment. Development of the Light Bridge has stopped for a while while Andres takes a break, which is highly justified. I have been given access to the Light Bridge Schematic by Andres, who has also given me his blessings to make a few PC Boards for ease of construction by him, the group, and myself. I make no claims to his beautiful design at all. A standardized PC Board will also make everyone's work as separate entities, well, errr, ummmm....more standardized. Nothing is locked down in Stone, with the ability to add/subtract elements of the circuit on the boards. There will be plenty of size on the boards to make additions, as they will be a bit oversized, not microscopic. Please ask Andres for any further details you may need about this.
  6. I can only tell you whats happening. Maybe my Antiviral software is a bit too aggressive.
  7. Im sorry, I would if I could, but I cannot. I think that it may be better to upload to "The Cloud" for viewing/download
  8. Gismo, please read my statement regarding PCBs for the LIght Bridge.

    Do I have your blessing to include your upgrades?

    1. GISMO5367

      GISMO5367

      I sent you a personal message a moment ago !

      GISMO5367

  9. I will be attempting to construct professional PC Boards based on Andres initial design, with GISMs updates. I will make NO money on this, and depending on the cost per board, I may do something like adding 5.00 Canadian onto each and send the money to Andres, or split the money, and send half to Andres, half to Gismo. I will be absorbing most of the cost myself. UI will also offer completed boards, with all components soldered in place, for just the cost of the boards and components. I have check with Andres in regards to doing this to his design, but I do not have Gismos blessing for using his updates, but I will be asking him shortly. SO EVERYONE SPEAK UP IN REGARDS TO IF YOU WANT A PCB, naked, or populated.....NOW..or forever hold your peace. Thank you Andres for such a perfect, clean design!
  10. As is , and always is, what a beautiful design, and manufacture. I would personally have kept all power supply components off the board, and in a separate board, outside the enclosure. Its good that it is a brute-force, rather than a switching, which is noisier than hell. Looks like I have my next project.
  11. As is , and always is, what a beautiful design, and manufacture. I would personally have kept all power supply components off the board, and in a separate board, outside the enclosure. Its good that it is a brute-force, rather than a switching, which is noisier than hell. Looks like I have my next project.
  12. Why dont you use the actual Diaphragm of a small speaker directly?
  13. How do you keep the spring from tearing through the Diaphragm material ?, and what id the material used for the Diaphragm?
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