I don't have my IMSAI a disassembled but that kind of bracket did it use?
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On Dec 9, 2014, at 4:07 PM, Don Caprio <cap...@uxpro.com> wrote:of the board houses. I know my board house does these.I'm thinking it could be made from PCB material and we could have it done by onea soldering jig or a removable mounting bracket. It will involve more effort/expense.If we want a better bracket perhaps this would be a better design. It could be used aswhich would add more strain relief.chassis design. Two of these bars could be used for the top and bottom of the switchinch that can be use for mounting. You'll have to cut, trim and drill depending on yourMy modified design is basically just a flat bar 1/2 inch wide with tails that extend onethen was able to lift the bracket off from underneath the switches. Had the bracket beenI took Franks bracket which was made out of PCB material, cut a slot in one side andand thread into the bracket. So once the switches are soldered in the bracket can notThe bracket has to sit under the switch flange. Screws pass through the flangeThe bracket in the dxf drawing is great however I would consider it a permanent part.truly appreciate the effort.Frank did a great job on the bracket. He was kind enough to build a prototype andshipped to me complete with screws at his own expense. Thanks again Frank. I
made out of steel or aluminum it would have gotten bent/distorted.
So what do ya think? Keep those suggestions coming.Thank you.--On Tue, Dec 9, 2014 at 2:07 AM, Frank Schieschke <f.schi...@googlemail.com> wrote:Hello,
see also this thread.
For one that is interesting by building it by yourself, i provide the DXF file attached.
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