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Orbitor 1 - PICTURE UPDATE - Scratch build, reaching for the stars!


By Isochronic_Frost

9 months ago



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#101 7 days ago

Thanks for the info cotton, I believe I only have the alltek lamp board.

#102 7 days ago
Quoted from Jakusu:

Thanks for the info cotton, I believe I only have the alltek lamp board.

OK. Just for grins, on page 4 of the lamp board instructions, it matters which control lamp wire you attach the supplied jump wire to. Each control lamp is going to have one striped wire and one solid color wire. The instructions specify to attach the jumper to the solid color wire.

I doubt this is your problem and you are probably jumped correctly but this is the last item I know of that might help you.

#103 6 days ago
Quoted from Jakusu:

...Did my own drain hole repairs and came up pretty nice...

Are you saying that these two pics are of the same drain hole?

If so, please tell us more!

#104 6 days ago
Quoted from cottonm4:

OK. Just for grins, on page 4 of the lamp board instructions, it matters which control lamp wire you attach the supplied jump wire to. Each control lamp is going to have one striped wire and one solid color wire. The instructions specify to attach the jumper to the solid color wire.
I doubt this is your problem and you are probably jumped correctly but this is the last item I know of that might help you.

Thank you I will check it tonight

#105 6 days ago

With the hole repair it came to me at work...I looked down at my desk and there it was - the cable gland in the desktop!

I basically carefully drilled the clear top out with a hole saw, sanded and polished.
Bought an angled black funnel and used a section of it epoxied and screwed to the gland and then shaped the whole bottom section with water based construction adhesive to suit the metal trough. Really happy with the result.

#106 6 days ago
Quoted from Jakusu:

With the hole repair it came to me at work...I looked down at my desk and there it was - the cable gland in the desktop!
I basically carefully drilled the clear top out with a hole saw, sanded and polished.
Bought an angled black funnel and used a section of it epoxied and screwed to the gland and then shaped the whole bottom section with water based construction adhesive to suit the metal trough. Really happy with the result.

Now that is desperation and ingenuity! Give me some of that magic to make some replacement for these damn spinning bumpers. They’re impossible.

#107 6 days ago
Quoted from Jakusu:

...Really happy with the result.

Yeah, it looks great.

Thanks for the explanation.

#108 6 days ago
Quoted from Jakusu:

With the hole repair it came to me at work...I looked down at my desk and there it was - the cable gland in the desktop!
I basically carefully drilled the clear top out with a hole saw, sanded and polished.
Bought an angled black funnel and used a section of it epoxied and screwed to the gland and then shaped the whole bottom section with water based construction adhesive to suit the metal trough. Really happy with the result.

Is it possible to see a pic from the underside, that looks incredibly well done....

#109 6 days ago

** googles "cable gland" **

#110 6 days ago
Quoted from jeffc:

** googles "cable gland" **

LOL. I did too. Funny thing is I've used those at my job before a bunch of times... never knew their name.

#111 5 days ago
Quoted from cosmokramer:

Is it possible to see a pic from the underside, that looks incredibly well done....

Here you go

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