This is the strip that is over the rear window on the outside of the vehicle. This comes with the screws and chrome tips. Any oils or waxes will reduce the bonding ability of the tape. Clean both surfaces with isopropyl alcohol. Then cut the tape to fit the desired area and press it into place.
A pair of replacement chrome colored tips for the wire-on. A replacement feature strip in Vinyl that is glued below the rear window. Can be used for a glass or plastic window section. This also includes the contact cement to attach. In your choice of Stayfast Canvas material. This comes with the chrome tips. Diagnosis includes electrical testing procedures. Top Cylinder Mounting Bolt, One. Chrome universal 6 volt toggle switch with wiring.
Replaces original switch and wiring to connect directly with 6 Volt Motor Pump with no additional relays required. All wires are tagged for easy installation. Includes crimp connectors to attach wiring to motor and nylon tie straps to hide wiring. This wire adapter is used to connect new 6 Volt Motor pump using original switch and wiring. No applicable for cars that originally had hydraulic windows.
Includes instructions. Set of 4 New Pointed Pump Grommets. Motor pump reservoir plug, black rubber. This stapler also has a brad driving capability, so you can use this stapler again and again for a variety of jobs. Comes complete with foot, heavy-duty cord, a supply of T50 series staples, and a one-year manufacturer's warranty. Additional features include safety trigger lock, comfortable non-slip cushion grip, fastener reload, all-steel working parts, and amp motor. Installation often involves tacking or stapling of fabric to frame bows.
Tacking into the bow over the windshield header bow and into the bow over the rear window rear top bow is done into special strips embedded in these frame bows. We offer new tack strips for the front and rear top bows. Tacking strips may also be required for pads webbing where they are stapled often to the top bows.
A pair of cables, one on each side, thread through pocketed hems on the tops sides. The ends of the cables hold the top Step By Step - Promises - Promises (Vinyl the frame. New cables are recommended with each new top. In some cars there is a rear hold down cable that binds the back of the top to the body. You can read about cable installation for two part tops in the installation summary link.
Trimmer Contact Cement: 8-Oz. Brush Top Can. A supply of front tacking strip which can be cut to size. Most Helpful Stories 7 People found this story helpful. View All Stories.
Have a Repair Question? AppliancePartsPros has your LP) Repair Video. Comment on this video. Did you find this video helpful? Was this helpful? He dropped the 1 orfice. Is it safe to stay down there or is there a way to find it?
I also need your conversion kit. Do you see a fitting for the hose? Please let me know so I can order together. Finally, using any sort of straight edge tool, grab some solderpaste and start spreading it over the stencil untill all the holes are filled, and scrape the remainder back into the bottle with the same tool. Don't touch the solderpaste directly, as it contains lead, which is best avoided. Don't worry if you do touch it, just clean it off thoroughly.
Lift the stencil and remove the board from the jig. Repeat the process for all the boards you intend to assemble. Now the boards are ready for populating and soldering. With the solder paste on the boards, it is time to populate all the components.
For this, use some fine point tweezers and carefully place each component on it's pads, ensuring proper orientation and alignment see image 2. Take your time doing this and correcting any misplacements. Once all components are placed, turn on the air reflow tool and gradually start preheating the whole board by hovering in circles over it see image 3. Next, proceed to direct the hot air directly over each pad until they reflow fully image 4.
When you finish reflowing, it is time to add the battery clip. For this, drill the centers of the 2 larger round pads and place the battery clip on the under side of the board. It is advisable to also glue the battery clip to the board with Epoxy to relief any stress from the power pins as the clip will hold the board onto the case.
At this point the PCB is fully assembled and ready for programming. The 3D printed cases are optional but highly recommended, as they add a lot of character to the object by turning it into a keychain, while also protecting the die.
I made two versions of the case, one with a hollow backing for removing the battery and another with my logo on the back, which keeps the battery secure and hidden. As the circuit consumes very little energy, the battery can be trapped inside the case without any problem. To assemble the case, simply press-fit the battery clip onto the 3D print untill the board is flush with the edge. Depending on your exact battery clip, you might have to slightly sand it down or increase the height of the case to ensure it fits all the way in, so be sure to check before assemblying.
If necessary, however, the case can be opened by slowly pulling the board out all around the edge. Now the tinyDice are fully assembled, however we must program them to make them do as they should. Follow the connection diagram to link each pogo pin to the ISP header. For developing purposes, I made a double jig which also serves for another board I am working on and incorporated an LDO regulator to avoid draining the batteries while testing, but for LP) time programming we can utilize the power straight from the battery.
So, in order to program the chip without damaging anything, we must utilize it's native voltage from the battery. If using a USBtinyISP, simply remove it's power jumper, which will power the internal Logic Lever Shifter from the tinyDice's battery, and if using an Arduino, simply leave the power unconnected to power only the dice with the battery, and add a 5k series resistor to each data line. For the programming process, carefully assemble the jig over the dice using standoffs and ensure all pogo pins press properly onto the corresponding pads.
Be careful and don't slide the Die under the pins as it is very easy to break them. Hit the upload button and check the dice, 2 LEDs should start blinking for a while. If all is successful, now the tinyDice is programmed, finished and ready to use.
Repeat the programming process for all the units you made and afterwards store the jig fully assembled in order to protect the pogo pins. The program of the tinyDice is such that it first displays a "thinking" animation, and then generates a random number between 0 and 9 which is displayed for a few seconds.
After displaying the number and fading out, the processor goes into sleep mode which essentially halts battery consumption, so the battery should theoretically last around 6, "throws" of the dice.
The whole code is structured around an 8 Khz timer interrupt which handles the charlieplexing and the 10 step PWM for each LED, as well as the advancing of the animations. More detailed explanations of each funcion are commented on the Arduino sketch. The results of this method for home PCB manufacturing far exceeded my initial expectations, as I found it can be extremely reliable and yield very high quality results for easy and fast prototyping of SMD and through-hole circuits.
Because of this I encourage DIYers to try this method for their own designs and share your results and findings with the community. This new version of the tinyDice is in itself a very nice and fun object to have and share with friends, as the animations and keychain case make it quite unique and interesting. I hope you liked this instructable and please share your comments and experiences on the subject so the method continues to evolve.
Also, feel free to experiment with the code and share any interesting variations for others to try. This guide is on the PCB design contest so please vote for it if you consider it worthy and share it with your friends and electronics enthusiasts alike. For your convenience. Be cause of the ignorantlazy creator: I have extracted the archive on Linux, put the extracted files to Thingiverse. Reply 4 months ago. Look at this instructable again, then reconsider your comment "ignorantlazy creator".
This is a work of beauty. Please don't be rude to its creator because he used a tool that you are not used to. See below "We have a be nice policy.
Please be positive and constructive". Nice looking project, unable to look at the details, how exactly did you create the RAR file? It does not seem to decompress for me. This is the first time I have had this problem at the instructables site. Great job anyway Emiliano Valencia.
TBH, my original comment was mainly alert the the poster of this instructable that there was a compatibility problem with the provided file and I would have hoped that a more generic tool would have been used like winzip or winrar which normally decompress without any problems on other platforms such as Mac and Linux. Using a vinyl cutter for the masks is positively brilliant! I'm sure others have thought of this, but it's first time I've seen it. I don't have any reason to make PCBs right now, and I don't have a vinyl cutter, but I have a friend who has one, Step By Step - Promises - Promises (Vinyl.
I love the programming method especially. No connector space required. However wanted to look at the circuit and only the Eagle. Could you please add the. By Emiliano Valencia Follow. More by the author:. About: Industrial Designer. Interested in all kind of projects, mainly electronics and object manufacturing.
Subject of the guide, tinyDice : For the purpose of this guide, the process will be illustrated with the production of LP) batch of 3 tinyDicean electronic die based on the atTiny85 microcontroller with software charlieplexing, which allows the control of 9 LEDs with only 4 pins and 4 resistors.
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