David Tamplen (el 29/05/15 a las 7:58 am)
Mother of god Collin. The cleanliness of those wire Tinning's is borderline
Darknes2DWC (el 20/05/15 a las 10:59 pm)
at 7:08 he shows a rally nice wire stripper. WHERE CAN I GET ONE EXACTLY
esteban betancourt (el 13/05/15 a las 1:24 am)
He has the face of certain sixties movie character I dont remember rright
hammershigh (el 22/06/15 a las 11:50 am)
Aren't you too old to have background music playing during the video... a
little teen'ish I should think
Bluewind 4ever (el 18/03/15 a las 1:06 am)
this guy looks like something or someone I can't really remember?!?
Kristijan Dinga (el 24/07/15 a las 3:32 am)
1 time i was drunk and got home thotgh that those rubber feet were
chocholate and eat them
Sean Graham (el 01/05/15 a las 5:42 am)
Super funny, informative and just damn cool video....I like the "angry
bird" sounding F.gen...Cheers.
EE:33 (el 07/07/15 a las 10:13 pm)
I recommend people check out Front Panel Designer for laying out their
controls. You can input the measurements of any size box, adjust placement
to your heart's content, then export a .pdf that you can print and tape
onto your box for drilling or a dxf or svg for using on a CNC mill, etc.
Once you get the hang of it, it's probably quicker and more fool-proof than
Colin's method here, especially if you're making more than one unit.
IndisputableAttitude (el 07/07/15 a las 6:51 pm)
Great video, but it's not cool to break off those tabs on the
potentiometers. Take a 1/2 second with a small square file (one meant for
plastics)) and file out a notch in the circle. For that 1/2 second it
takes, you save the user the frustration of the entire pot rotating, rather
than just the wiper.
Other than that. Gr8 video. You're an artist, not an electrical
engineer? That makes your vids even cooler. You've become an EE on your
Thijs Janssen (el 25/03/15 a las 3:26 pm)
Thank you. Great video.