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Great use of planes, especially for rounding edges. Looking forward to doing your project as soon as I get my work room back together. Keep Posting!
Sorry, but where in your instructions is the dust collection?
Techgenie,In my case, the on/off switch was separate from the circuit board. I had no idea which two points to short, as, because of my ignorance, could not detect the protection switch. The TP4056 to the Li-ion battery wasn't too much trouble,although attempting to solder on the negative only happened after numerous attempts. Since I have all the other parts, if you could point to the a swatter you have high confidence has a similar enough circuit, I am willing to give it another try.
Turns out the circuit board of the fly swatter (which I purchase through pointer)is different. Rendering effort a complete waste of time.
Observations;1) Third electric flow diagram is wrong: Has rotation wrong per electric flow.2) Turns out this was the first class project to exercise our soldering capabilities. Quite a learning experience, especially desoldering. Maybe solder exercises should be more rigorous.3) One thing I found useful was to perform power testing throughout assembly. It saved me a lot of debug time.4) Thickness of led makes for a challenging switch assembly.5) Couldn't find a 3 AA cell container, used 4 one instead. Makes for a speedy servo.
Observations1) It is much cheaper to buy the box than build it. Mine received a few applications of stain, followed by a couple of applications of wipe on Poly.2) Lamp sockets are really cheap. Wire fell out, and when attempting to reopen, broke the socket and had to purchase extras.3) Had to use fat bulbs, thins ones were out of stock.4) Added a switch. Original design should have included one.
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