[Cyborg] cooked BUB
askory at gmail.com
Mon Apr 13 19:52:52 UTC 2009
Congrats on a working belt!
Sorry to hear about your BUB board crapping out. What's odd is that
Eric and I did a great deal of running ours powered off the BUB board,
including running all motors at once for at least a couple minutes, if
I recall correctly. So, I would suggest checking your circuit really
carefully in case there's a short or something more at root of this.
Or, maybe you got a bad BUB board? If so, maybe Modern Devices will
give you a discount on a replacement. Worth trying.
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 12:42 PM, Rachel McConnell <rachel at xtreme.com> wrote:
> Mikolaj Habryn wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 12:30 PM, Rachel McConnell <rachel at xtreme.com> wrote:
>>> Congrats on getting it done! Except for the problem! I looked at the
>>> picture. You may want to try something very simple to handle all the
>>> wires, like (say) this:
>>> which could be done wider, with a good-looking piece of fabric, and
>>> possibly include the entire belt.
>> Interesting! My ideas on making this neater for a next version were
>> either to just cut slits in the inside layer of material and hope that
>> the two layers weren't glued as well as stitched (shouldn't be, right,
>> or there'd be buckling problems?), which would allow threading wiring
>> through between them, or to use a belt that I dimly remember owning
>> which is made of strands of leather woven together, so just threading
>> black wire through it should work and not look too out of place.
>> Also: headers. :P
> Well, for a *next version*, sure, there's all kinds of things. I was
> thinking you meant to take this one with you, but if you have time to
> make another your options are Legion :)
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