Circuit Skills: Electronics Enclosures



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Every useful electronics project deserves a good enclosure. Providing a proper case for your circuit can protect it from accidental spills & falls - plus give it a cool look you can proudly show off to those unfamiliar with soldering and such. Follow along with Collin as he turns a barebones function generator kit into a sturdy and versatile tone-box fit for noise-jamming & testing purposes. Get more info and a parts bundle:

Canal: Howto & Style
Subido: 27/04/10 a las 10:23 pm
Autor: Make:

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Justin Updyke (el 11/10/14 a las 3:54 am)
I know this is an old video but can you tell me what kind of soldering iron you are using? I have a weller WPS18MP and it is just not good enough for me.
Dart Gar (el 10/08/14 a las 7:58 pm)
Gutsyndicate (el 05/10/14 a las 8:46 pm)
well you function generator doesn't have a display, so how are you displaying the data or know what your input/output is? or you just connecting to the computer
Lindy Joseph (el 31/08/14 a las 7:01 pm)
Great tutorial
Rohak Singhal (el 16/06/14 a las 9:59 pm)
that was fucking awesome.
Gregory Kelleher (el 18/04/14 a las 1:54 pm)
Finally! Some appreciation for user interfaces and design. Making an enclosure like this is the icing on the cake...
James Yates (el 18/08/14 a las 4:31 pm)
he sounds like towlie at 7:20, dont forget to bring to a towel
Jean Jay Quitayen (el 16/04/14 a las 3:09 pm)
so this is where "look at me now" song get their tunes.hehe
Bobbycon7 (el 12/04/14 a las 12:47 pm)
Sounds like r2 d2
Skyler Fether (el 18/11/13 a las 11:15 am)
Awsome build but you could always 3-d print an inclosure using cadsoft eagle or something along those lines. 

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