Drilling handy box with wood support
Once starter holes were drilled, the step bit was used to cut through the slugs and the wood underneath. Holes were drilled to the appropriate size in the top, for the electrical connections and the side, for the switch.
Top drilled for connector
Side drilled for switch
The 14AWG motor leads had the molded end clipped off and the wires were soldered to the power connector. During the procedure, it escaped my mind to wire to the switch. Wire will have to be purchased in order to connect the switch so it will be ineffective until then. The handy box was mounted near the motor on the gear board.
Handy box mounted
- Panel layout PDF or DWG
- S Symbol Plate OpenSCAD source or STL model
- Ultrasonic flush-mount source or STL
- Internal ring gear
- Spring hub includes source and STL for metric and imperial
- 1 Small Arduino Micro
- 2 Stereo potentiometers (10K)
- 4 Multi-turn potentiometers (10K)
- 2 Twelve volt DC motors
- 1 Dual H-bridge
- 2 Ultrasonic distance sensors
- 1 Sine wave generator or the Amazon version
- 1 Voltage Regulator
- 1 Twelve volt three amp power supply
The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.
First time here?
Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2.
Completed projects from year 3.
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