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Thanks! I had a lot of fun building it!
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Hey nice profile picture!
I just built your circuit for a project and it rocks - but you have a program bug in it...you need the double "++" signs to increment the for statement. like this:for (int i=0; i<256; i++)
I am wanting to build this circuit and try my hand a IN-9 nixies, but I have a question about your circuit...I can't tell how you are handling the ground connections in the schematic versus the photo. Don't the grounds coming off the Caps (C1) have to go back to the GND pin on the trinket and the grounds coming off the R2 have to go back to the High Voltage driver board? It looks like in the photo there are not tied this way but all together and would this not fry the trinket?
I buy mine here... from Sergey in Russia! It takes a LONG time to get them but his site is very good. It is written in English and has a lot of reference material for each tube. Just be patient to get them and know that it is much cheaper and the selection is great over ebay. http://tubes-store.com/index.php?cPath=32_130
The EASY part was that the tail light was completely flat on the mounting to the face of the plywood box. Most tail lights have a curve in them so getting a flat mount would be a challenge to fabricate. I'm glad it gave you ideas!
I made the main drive gear off the motor the one glued together. and to ensure the teeth stayed phased together or aligned, I pinned them together to hold them as well in case the glue let go.
Yes I did glue them together and it did make them more reliable but the tooth size is still too small / fine. It would be great if there were a good source of small brass spur gears that were about 1/8" thick.
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Thanks! Just more practice!
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Thanks! Most of my projects start with a simple trigger like that bomb panel and then they evolve over weeks as ideas germinate, sprout then grow into reality! I totally stumbled on that NOS B-17 part while searching eBay for airplane parts. I felt I was in a time machine when I opened the box.
The F104 panel lights are very delicate in functioning because of the very thin foil traces to power them. I can't imagine flying a plane and landing impacts etc. making panel lights go out.... WOW!
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