Pictures were imported to the docx file but the file size quickly became too large and the computer began to slow down to the point of become useless. The file was broken into pieces to manage the size. To create a single useable document the images should be scaled before insertion into the document. This will also help when the document needs editing.
The Mouser parts were photographed as well as an image of the clamps over the edge of the table which is used several times in the manual. An animated image of all the pages was made for demonstration. It was made from the segmented pdf files.
Macro shot of constant current diode
Clamps over edge of table
The manual so far
- Scale images
- Reinsert into drawing
- Use test subject to assemble unit
- Create Intractable
- Revise manual
- Host workshop
The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.
A list showing of all the final posts of COMPLETED projects.
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