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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rlrsk8r1 (el 10/11/14 a las 4:15 am)
Could really do without the background music. Makes it sort of hard to take the video seriously. 
Garrett VanNorden (el 02/03/15 a las 9:21 pm)
issac santos (el 27/02/15 a las 9:10 am)
can you turn this tings to guitar pedals?
b (el 20/01/15 a las 2:30 pm)
this video is fantastic!
MinNyeAccount (el 01/01/15 a las 1:06 am)
The devil is in that mashine, u will summon zombie jesus if u play with it (your penis maybe?) 
Jake McCoy is right but I am going to add this (el 03/02/15 a las 4:17 pm)
What software did you use to make the circuit layout at 3:45?
Mike Rivera (el 31/01/15 a las 3:05 am)
Very nicely done, thanks for these.
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snaprollinpitts (el 05/01/15 a las 6:36 pm)
cool, but you forgot to connect it to the scope, so we can see what is going on in there.
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

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