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Member Since: July 23, 2010

Country: United States

  • The bottom is smooth and has no marks. When used as a "stomp box," the lid is used as the bottom of the enclosure.

    These are similar to the old 125B boxes that Circuit Specialists used to sell, or like the Hammond 1590N1. The Circuit Spec. boxes had ribs on the sides and were miserable to drill, these are much better.

    Example of what you can do with these boxes:

    Finished Box

  • 15W 9V Adaptor
    Claims to be UL and cUL approved. Not sure about CSA.

  • Surely a little greenwire would connect that pin? It's useless for production, though.
    I ran into an issue when using Eagle 4.16r2 last year. My company had not yet purchased the upgrade to Eagle 5, and we were hesitant to migrate all our PCB design to the new version. I was working on a 4-layer board and had left the internal layers turned off to suppress the visual "noise" that internal layers can create. I ran my DRC checks and it found no errors, but when I got the boards back from fab, there were wires crossed on the internal layers. Eagle 5 will catch DRC errors on inactive layers, but 4.16 won't! So I had a whole pile of coasters, too!

No public wish lists :(