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Urashiman

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  • Birthday 09/07/1983

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  1. Wave 1/72 VF-4 lightning

    Sweet 7 pound baby jesus!
  2. Motorized Hasegawa 1/72 VF-1

    Okay, I think I got it now. I'll send you the explaination via PN.
  3. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    okay, I modifies your circuit, but I am not sure if this will work correctly as I don't know how your arduino programming goes.
  4. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Haha okay, well, I'll create the circuit plan for you using the ICs I have in mind and post it here when I am at home. Can you post a picture of how you plan to install the side switches?
  5. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Well, there are several different types of SMD switches. Either way, you could easily invert a signal for switches when using the arduino(pseudocode - while switch = 0 do nothing, While switch = 1 do something). If you want to use the switches you got and do a hardware change, the circuit would need a to have simple NOT IC added. IC 7404 can do that. Anyway. I created the logic circuit below which is giving you the the behavior need. You would need one RS-flipflop IC (with 4 RS units) one AND IC (with at least 2 AND circuits), one OR IC (with at least one OR circuit) and two electrical switches. The ICs will do the "controlling" while the electrical switches will be used to control a commutator. I also attached a simple SMD switch that can be used. They could be installed to the moving block like in the picture. No need to use an expensive Arduino. The price of the electrical components should be ~5€ without shipping.
  6. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    I might've got an idea how to solve your problem, but first of all I need some information. Can you please provide the following? Voltage and maximum power surge of the electric motor power source you are going to use Also I would need to know how the phases go, I thought something like this is what you try to achieve: Push Main switch. Motor starts, pushing the wings out. Wings (or something on them) will push a switch. switch will turn off the motor. Circuit is idle. Push Main switch. Motor starts, going backwards, pulling the wings in. Wings (or something on them) will push another switch. switch will turn off the motor. Circuit is idle. To accomplish this you need a different type of switch (basically SMD switches will work). I could design a small toggle switch flip flop circuit that will do the job, but you would need to stack up on electronic components.
  7. Hasegawa VF-31

    Ordered a VF-31A too... great plane! Sadly wasn't able to order the last time it was available, not going to happen this time. Muhahahaha!
  8. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Great work arbit! Maybe using the electronics of a SG90 servo and a potentiometer could work wonders here to limit wing movement. Could be controlled by an arduino board or just a small selfmade circuit.
  9. Uta Macross!

    I am actually playing it over ethernet, utilising a didicated 100mbit kabel line. I play Final Fantasy Brave Exvius over this line too and never had any issue. There is no connection issue as far as I know. I probably have to undust my japanese dictionary... :/ アプリケーンヨン工ラー アプリケ一ンヨンーこ異常カ〝あります。 ゲ一ムを正常ーこ起重刀する事カ〝できません。 Roughtly translates to: Application Error: There is an application error. It is not possible to initialize the game.
  10. Uta Macross!

    Hey everyone, got the latest version via QooApp (v.1.1.0) but I get this error when starting. Any ideas how to fix this? Thanks
  11. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    OMG! Were did you got that Garfish II? I want one too
  12. Hasegawa VF-31

    YES!!!
  13. Papercraft YF-19

    Oh - Nice work. I did a papercraft YF-19 some years ago, but it was non transformable. Have fun!
  14. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Great - I like the N-Nautilus. I have it in my "need to be build someday" queue too. The kit is of really impressive quality. I am still busy building and doing paintjobs on alot of Warhammer 40K minifigs and a VF-1J in Kakizaki Colors... Too much to build, not enough time :S
  15. Hasegawa VF-31

    I hope they make the VF-31A version with Delta Wings. The swept forwards wings just don't look good on that frame. They looked nice on the YF-19 and the VF-9, but the YF-29 just overdid it. Same for the VF-31 - it just doesn't fi imho. Good they had the SV-262 in Macross Delta - that beautiful balanced plane helped me to force myself through Macross Delta.
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