Standalone_TPD.jpeg

Standalone Track Position Display, which is plugged via D-Sub 9 Connector on my MBSeqV4.


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Thanks goes to Ilmenator.

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Yeah, cute! Is the data protocol through a line driver or directly wired using SRIO (J89)?

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It's directly wired (without line driver). It works up to 1m, but I am also use an external PSU (C64) for my SEQ.

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Looks great is that a thin sheet of blue plexi over the clear plexi?

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It is simply blue non-transparent plexi - made by Formulor - and the windows are filled with transparent plexi. These have been ground off a bit on the sides, which causes some reflections. I have not taken any glue for the windows but something of "3m" rubber material pushed in between. It‘s totally handcrafted ;)

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Yes, really well done! It is always great to see a new TPD in the wild and this one is a beauty! :)

Many greets and have a great weekend!
Peter

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Thanks for the details. It looks really great. I have one built and working and will be getting access to a shop bot in a few weeks to make the panel and case.

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