kevin gilmore Posted September 19, 2021 Author Report Share Posted September 19, 2021 the biggest problem is that the tube sockets are up to .02 inch off in both x and y. really hard to make a circuit board with tube sockets fit into the holes with a top panel that is .35 inch thick. and all the blind holes for the other board mountings were hand tapped and then the holes in the boards were made bigger till it fit. this is so hopelessly fucked. might have to make the holes in the tube sockets much bigger to allow for the slop. No room for a regulated power supply. do want to know how the dremel tool work was done. also corrosion all over the place when the electrolytics let loose. at least we finally have an example that is much worse than the singlepower es2. not sure how to continue. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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