Holding a Dragon

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Since the Dragon has no holes for mounting,I took some rubber grommets and a few screws (could be machine for thru holes or wood for going into wood)and used a washer between the head of the screw and the grommet so I could compress the grommet to hold the edge of the board.Sorry for the color but I was feeling blue.

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Nice idea! I'm thinking of simply using a glue gun. I'll think about using this though.

There are pointy haired bald people.
Time flies when you have a bad prescaler selected.

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I just used four of those stick on, small feet from the local department store.

I'll believe corporations
are people when Texas executes one.

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Found a plexy case from one of my old projects, fits perfectly after some surgery with a dremel.

If the case locks the pcb can't move an inch, the bad thing is that there arre no markings on that old case, ontherwise other people could get one

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plastic tends to collect static. Have you tested it for that? rub it with wool and see, if you can get a shock/pick up some paper. If you can, then get your dragon out of there! or another will be slayed (shocked)

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Most CD/DVD drives have the OP kind of rubber mounting to combat noise and such, maby that is easyer to get hold of.

bloody-orc wrote:
plastic tends to collect static. Have you tested it for that?

UR right, started a new topic on it called "Dragon Lair(antistatic)" so not to hijack the thread.