Housing for System Blue (laser cut/3d print)
#21
looks good in transparent acrylic!
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#23
I think the aluminium housing provides some shielding from the various sources of noise that we all have about us and I consider it a backward step to remove this added protection!
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(2018-04-13, 22:09)readbueno Wrote: I think the aluminium housing provides some shielding from the various sources of noise that we all have about us and I consider it a backward step to remove this added protection!
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What tests have you performed to prove that, Brian?  Wink
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(2018-04-13, 22:14)mwaters Wrote:
(2018-04-13, 22:09)readbueno Wrote: I think the aluminium housing provides some shielding from the various sources of noise that we all have about us and I consider it a backward step to remove this added protection!
Brian. 1856 Vilaboa Huh

What tests have you performed to prove that, Brian?  Wink

Brian, if that were necessarily the case, do you really believe I would have my "Blitz Wall' configured as in the above image, Rolleyes within inches of 3 large monitor screens, and within two meters of 5 operating PC Towers, routers, modems etc????  Angel
 In this situation, my junk is H field Antenna, received noise... the Controllers, and E amplifer for the Reds just quietly do their thing.
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#26
My thinking exactly! Those 3 stations are performing superbly without any shielding whatsoever!
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Mike W.
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#27
O.K. Folk's! I know absolutely nothing I am just another grumpy old fool! Huh
Forgive/ignore my input/intrusion into this topic. Blush
My profuse apologies!
We can all believe what we want to, but that does not make it true? Dodgy
Intuitively, if a electronic circuit has a metal case, it is better shielded than the same circuit without that case? Angel
Maybe, you have just got the settings correct to cover/mask any bad effects? Exclamation
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Brian. 1856 Vilaboa. Smile
P.S. I am never right in any of the forums that I post in! Even, when I agree with people, there is always someone that wants to disagree. I am too old to fight. So, just ignore me and I will fade into the background gracefully. Cool Big Grin
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(2018-04-14, 08:11)readbueno Wrote: O.K. Folk's! I know absolutely nothing I am just another grumpy old fool! Huh
Forgive/ignore my input/intrusion into this topic. Blush
My profuse apologies!
We can all believe what we want to, but that does not make it true? Dodgy
Intuitively, if a electronic circuit has a metal case, it is better shielded than the same circuit without that case? Angel
Maybe, you have just got the settings correct to cover/mask any bad effects? Exclamation
Kindest regards,
Brian. 1856 Vilaboa. Smile
P.S. I am never right in any of the forums that I post in! Even, when I agree with people, there is always someone that wants to disagree. I am too old to fight. So, just ignore me and I will fade into the background gracefully. Cool Big Grin

Is the used alu house grounded?
I ll think that if you use the ground as provided, and connect it to the print provided it would be ok. Otherwise you should make use of the cage of Faraday so you will need to ground th ehousing - if you ask  me - But hey who am I?b Huh
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#29
I don't have a laser cutter, but I do have a 3d printer, so I'm making one that I'll be posting to thingiverse when complete.

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