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    Re: using a scanner light in your computer

    some scanners are using LEDs for light now.


    If the transformer/inverter is small enough, you can seal it inside some really big heat shrink tubing, or find some plastic box to house it in so...
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    Re: Sound-activated LEDs

    I came across a very simple circuit in a toy megaphone that flashes LEDs with the sound.

    The toy used a basic audio amp (LM386N) for amplification, and took another lead off of the output to the...
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    Poll: Re: Mod or the Computer

    I'd say the mod.

    Hardware can always be upgraded (or downgraded) to suit the application.

    I'd rather see a really awesome looking PIII firewall or printserver box than a top-notch gaming rig...
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    Re: How do you cut thick panels?

    Thanks - I'll have to see what the local metal shops will charge for a few cuts with plasma. It seems like that's really the way to go for this one.
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    Re: Removing Rivets

    Ok, so lots of people confirming that drilling 'em out is the way to go.

    I like to have a pair of pliers or diagonal cutters handy to remove all the sharp aluminum scraps that get caught on the...
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    How do you cut thick panels?

    I want to mod this industrial case, but some of the panels are a bit thick. I also need to make a long, straight cut.

    any suggestions?

    If I had a table saw (I do not.) I would get some...
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