You drilled the PCB to countersink it? Did I get that right? the rest
makes sense, that is about how I have my current setup, apart from
using 4 holes because I was concerned that having only three mounts
would be to wobbly with springs, but if it works, it works. Thanks for
2012/9/23 whosawhatsis <whosawhat...@gmail.com>:
> The platform has six holes, I just used the corners on one side and the
> middle on the other. I put springs for leveling (much easier with 3-point,
> as they will always be coplanar unlike a 4-point) under the PCB. The PCB
> holes are countersunk with the glass laid on top. I'm holding the glass down
> with kapton tape along two sides.
> On Sunday, September 23, 2012 at 9:31 AM, Joheinz wrote:
> Can you send me some photographs how you did the 3 point mount? Did
> 2012/9/23 whosawhatsis <whosawhat...@gmail.com>:
> I use a 3-point mount with a kapton-on-glass (4-inch square mirrors I found
> On Sunday, September 23, 2012 at 4:35 AM, Joheinz wrote:
> Hi *,
> I have the HPB installed on a Cupcake and awhile ago I drilled the 4
> - should I use 4 holes or six to prevent warping of the plate? If
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