[eagle] Re: 125x180 Module Assembly
w5did at amsat.org
Tue Oct 16 17:06:08 PDT 2007
My comment on this is that the way the housing is fastened on by
screws on the side will present a problem and more or less remove
most of the advantage of having a removable cover. If the module is
mounted in the spacecraft and you need to remove the cover for a test
or adjustment, You have to remove the module first since access to
the screws on the side is blocked by adjacent boxes.
It would be better if you could remove the cover by accessing from
the top some way. Perhaps a top hat profile would be better.
w5did at mac.com
On Oct 16, 2007, at 3:46 PM, Dick Jansson-rr wrote:
> Attached are three pdf views of the proposed revised Eagle module,
> and open view, fully closed view, and a view w/o the PCB. It has
> been a lengthy day getting all of the darned 0.5mm cover bends
> correct and holes properly placed for full mating of the cover with
> the baseplate (such things as 0.581mm hole placement discrepancies
> – ugh!). If built from the drawings that can be made from these
> objects, there should be a good fit in the real hardware.
> I do not presume as to what the “real” next step wants to be, as I
> do not propose to make the 2D drawings until the discussions have
> settled down to agree that this is what we collectively like, or at
> least collectively accept. Please advise.
> Dick Jansson, KD1K
> kd1k at amsat.org
> kd1k at arrl.net
> <125x180 Module Assembly Open.pdf>
> <125x180 Module Assembly Closed.pdf>
> <125x180 Module Assembly w-oPCB.pdf>
> Via the Eagle mailing list courtesy of AMSAT-NA
> Eagle at amsat.org
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