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post #18031 of 22407
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Originally Posted by ruffhi View Post


Thanks. Found this place that seems to give tons of options.

The switches on that link are "Push ON, Push OFF"

I searched the site for momentary contact switches (which are required for the Power and Reset switches) and found no results.

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post #18032 of 22407
Yeah, avoid the "latching" buttons and get momentary ones. I made this mistake a few years ago when I got my th10.
post #18033 of 22407
Latching switches are good only for things like lighting... In fact I can't think of another item, save for some weird hydrolic door system, that you'd actually use them for.
post #18034 of 22407
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Latching switches are good only for things like lighting... In fact I can't think of another item, save for some weird hydrolic door system, that you'd actually use them for.



Didn't even need 'em for that . . .

Just hold the "Open" button on the remote fob till it's open as far as you want, and then press the "Close" button until it's as closed as you want it . . .

post #18035 of 22407
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Latching switches are good only for things like lighting... In fact I can't think of another item, save for some weird hydrolic door system, that you'd actually use them for.



Didn't even need 'em for that . . .

Just hold the "Open" button on the remote fob till it's open as far as you want, and then press the "Close" button until it's as closed as you want it . . .


Well, what I meant by "weird" was having a button or buttons on the case itself. The remote controlling the doors is actually ideal, as can be seen with your build.
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post #18037 of 22407
Aaaaah snappy
post #18038 of 22407
Some progress...







I'll redo the tubing with 90 degree fittings and I need a Phanteks Power Splitter to turn on 1 PSU.
After , I can clean the other side and take some nice shot!
Not aesthetically perfect for now, but everything works



I would reduce the intensity of the LCD display with a blue film-coat ... It should become purple! wink.gif
Edited by waterclocker - 2/23/16 at 8:52pm
post #18039 of 22407
Wow drool.gif....impressive stuff thumbsupsmiley.png


Heading over to your log specool.gif


edit: spoke too soon...I'll patiently wait for a build log cheers.gif
post #18040 of 22407
Does anybody know of any capacitive switches which will fit standard anti-vandal holes that are actually for sale?
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