Getter flasher building photos

I currently build a getter flasher according to Ron Soyland‘s design (he will publish it on his site soon). There is a few photos from the building process:

Electronics mounted on the 3D printed holder. The left PCB is just a PSU, the shielded box is oscillator, it must be shileded from RF emitted by the coil. The right PCB is a driver used to drive power mosfets (on the cooler).

Output from the power FET.

printed holder, it took around 3 hours 45 minutes to make it. I use a Prusa i3 printer.

process of printing..

Electronics separately, not yet mounted to the plastic holder.

Posted on January 13, 2014 at 17:38 by Dalibor · Permalink
In: Workshop

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  1. Written by Tomáš Müller
    on January 14, 2014 at 19:29
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    Hezky udelatko :) a samozrejme ze na to musis mit 3d printed krabicku. Holt zijeme v budoucnosti.Je ale fakt, ze kdyz uz tu tiskarnu clovek ma, tak se to asi vyuzije na kazdou *blbost*

    • Written by Dalibor
      on January 14, 2014 at 20:52
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      Ahoj, na toto musi byt kovova krabicka, kvuli stineni a bezpecnosti.. Ta tiskarna je dost zlomova zalezitost, pomaha mi to hodne setrit s casem.. Treba toto uchyceni bych vymyslel a bastlil hodne dlouho.. Navrh zabral asi pul hodiny, tisk necele ctyri hodiny (bez me asistence). Hlavni bude ale tisk patic na elektronky a jine udelatka ;-)

  2. Written by Tomáš Müller
    on January 15, 2014 at 02:35
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    Muze to bejt fajn vec ta tiskarna, je to fakt. Jinak tohle se pouzova na gettery co udelaj zrcatko na skle ne?

    • Written by Dalibor
      on January 15, 2014 at 11:30
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      I jine gettery se zahrivaji, nejen ty, co se odparuji. Ted mam dostatek getteru, co delaji zrcatko, tak budu pouzivat je, casem bych rad presel na ty klasicke, ktere se pro digitrony pouzivaly. Ta vyhoda zrcatka je v tom, ze ti zaroven ukaze, ze selhal zatav a dostal se tam vzduch v pripade zavady digitronu.

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