Observations upon the change over from old paper publishing to newer electronic publishing media.
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Well thought out and sturdily built, this does hold my GPS very well. It holds the GPS snugly, too snugly it seems, at least until you get the knack of how the GPS was designed to be removed, with distortion of the plastic to release it. I am quite pleased with both its design and function.
As the owner of multiple GPS products with factory mounts, the RAM Mounting System Flat Surface Mount for the Garmin 60csx is far superior than anything I've encountered. The mount was ver...normal to a surface in an assembly
If I want to get a view that is perpendicular to a flat surface in an
assembly, not sure how to do it. I know that if I click on edit
component and pick a plane for sketching I can get normal to that
But if I just want to view a surface normal to it (i.e. perpendicular)
how do I do it?
Thanks for any help, folks in this group are really great.
Pick the face you want, ctrl-pick another face that you want "up", then hit
the Normal-to icon on the view toolbar. If you want to save that view, hit
the spacebar and define a new view.
"billyb" <bhorn1@voyager...Copied surfaces in assembly
Anyone had this problem? I copy a quilt using copy-and-paste from one
part into another part. If this new copy feature fails for whatever
reason (...or for no conceivable reason...), while regenerated the
assembly then you would expect the quick fix/redefine menu to take you
back to the assembly, right? Because that's where the feature was
made. But sometimes it doesn't. It really pisses me off because I
can't redefine the surface within the part, I need the assembly, and
if I try to resume the failed feature (because I've clip/suppressed
it) within the assembly, it jus...Electronic publishers or traditional?
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1 - How much will it cost to turn your manuscript into a published
2 - What is the minimum number of books you have to purchase, and what
does each book cost you?
3 - How much input do you have in the final design, layout, and cover
of your book?
4 - How much input do you have on the content? Will it be edited to a
point where even YOU don't recognize it?
5 - How will your book be bound an will it include an EAN barcode?
(Retailers typically won't stock books that are not perfect bound and
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Other than Hubbell ,who else makes Above Floor Surface Mount Boxes ?
The cable would be coming from underneath, 12" on concrete. Coring the
floor is not an option to put a floorbox.
Wiremold makes a "doghouse" type outlet (Walker series), designed to sit on
a floor duct opening.
You can check it out here:
Another solution might be to use a telecom/power pole to bring the cables
from above. Here is your spec on the poles:
Dmitri Abaimov, RCDD
http://www....Prototyping surface mount microcontrollers
I am currently taking an embedded systems design class, where we are
building a computer using an ARM7 microcontroller. The class used to be
based on the 8086 processor, which could easily be mounted on a breadboard
for prototyping. After switching to the ARM, it was more difficult to do
the prototyping since the AT91M42800A only comes in a 144 pin surface
mount package. A special PCB was then designed to connect the important
pins of the chip to the breadboard through a DIP package. I suppose a
schematic would be more understandable:
http://ece.wpi.edu/courses/ece3803d07/Datasheets/AT91M...assemblies within assemblies
I nested an assembly within an assembly and I'm not able to move the
parts in the nested assembly (sliding motion). It acts like it's a
solid part. Is there a way around this?
A nested assembly, or sub-assembly is resolved as either 'rigid' or
'flexible' in the context of the assembly that you've inserted it into.
To allow it's own components to move, right click on the sub-assembly
in the feature manager and select properties, on the right you will
see 2 radio buttons, one flexible, the other rigid.
> A nested assembly, or sub-as...Prototyping Surface Mount Components??
I am new to surface mount components, so let me seek advice from
those who are well knowlegable. What is a good way for a hobbyist to
prototype these components? When I used to do bread board type work
with the HC11, I would stick the chip in the programmer, then bring it
back to the board, and test it. The wiring was easy enough to change,
and reprogramming the controller was easy. How does this work with
As I understand, you most likely have to build a pcb for the circuit.
What is a cheap way to do this? Are there any good references out there
for equipment...Programming Surface Mount PICs
I am working on a tiny board with a surface mount microcontroller.
(PIC16F876A) I have a P16PRO40 programmer, and it works quite well
for DIP packaged chips, but there's no easy/good way to program
surface mount devices. So I thought it wouldn't be too difficult to
pull over the critical lines from the programmer to my new PCB (that
has a pic16f876a on it) and program the micro on-board.
I've hooked-up V+(13V), PGD, PGC, GND, and VDD(5V), but the chip
doesn't want to program. I shorted out the crystal oscillator from
the chip so it shouldn't be "r...Q: to mount or not to mount?
Let's say a Linux system boots from a software mirror on /dev/hda and
/dev/hdc and that a "/" partition and a swap partition are there.
There is also a SCSI device, /dev/sda, which just happens to be a hardware
RAID card with a bunch of SATA drives in external swap trays.
It is one large partition mounted right off the root as /storage.
Is there a way to allow the system to boot up happily with either all of the
trays in or all of the trays out?
I don't need to add or remove this area of the file system while the machine
is running, but I would like to be able to boot...what is mounted at a mount point?
Is there any way to determine what the kernel's idea of what is mounted at
a mount point is? Specifically, I'd like to find out which directory was
mounted using the bind mount option. This information is not in /proc/mounts.
Is it even kept at all? I suspect operationally, it only has the directory
inode to work from for the mount point?
That even makes me wonder what happens if a bind mounted directory gets moved
around from the perspective of a mount that has it as a subdirectory. Maybe
time for some sacrifical experiments.
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I'm trying to mount 2 md devices (/dev/md4 and /dev/md5) on the same
mount point. I have just read that it is possible.
Note : MD devices are JFS.
But, altough I get no error, I do not get what I expected : the second
mount command makes the first mount invisible.
So, my 2 questions are :
1) is it possible to mount 2 MD devices on the same mount point?
2) If yes, how?
> I'm trying to mount 2 md devices (/dev/md4 and /dev/md5) on the same
> mount point. I have just read that it is possible.
> Note : MD devices are ...