Monday, November 21, 2016

Green fuzz

Hey guys,
     Here is another Hunter Fuzz build I completed. The person I built this for wanted the distressed beat up look so that's what her got. This was just a standard Devi ShoeGazer clone. It's on the PCB that I designed. It came out pretty cool looking. Any ways here are some pictures for you. Enjoy.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Been CRAZY busy!

Hey Everyone,
    Sorry for the long time away. I've had a lot on my plate lately and haven't had time to do any updates. I've finished a couple more PCBs and finally boxed my Twin Peaks tap tempo tremolo build. With that I was also able to flash a few ICs for the TAPLFO controller. They worked well and didn't seem to over load or anything. I have an ass load of TTT boards (tap tempo tremolo) so I'll be able to start using them in finished builds. I've also done another run of the Hunter Fuzz and added a power filter section to the supply voltage. In short...I've been a busy boy!

Now lets get into my current project. A friend of mine (Adam) gave me a bench top CNC Machine. He said it works I just need to get it connected and run it with a PC. The controller is a Keystudio Uno r3 with a CNC Shield controller mounted on to. The CNC shield actually supplies voltage to the motors and drill. The Keystudio is what communicated to the PC and relays the information to the CNC shield. That's as far as I go for now, I need to first reconnect the Motors to the CNC shield and figure out what type of power supply I need for this. He originally had this wired to a different controller and had to cut the connectors off. This isn't a huge deal but i do need to figure out where the plug in on the boards. Time to hit the books / internet. Here are a few pictures of what it currently looks like.

It's going to be a project but I'm sure there is a ton of information on this. It seems like he built it from a kit. I'm sure there is a connection diagram and it should be that hard to figure out. Well thats all for now.