Power supply using a 2U rack chassis (56K warning)

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Re: Power supply using a 2U rack chassis (56K warning)

Postby hak8or » Thu Nov 10, 2011 10:51 am

Sjaak wrote:You could use a needle from a syringe, which comes in lots of different sizes. The problem would be how to squeeze and control a supersmall droplet from it.

Fantastic idea! I did not even think of that.
I can also buy needles in different sizes on amazon for reasonable prices, but it appears the smallest size is only 3.25 mil. Not to mention that I would require a very high resolution CNC setup to be able to move it at such small increments. Maybe use a fear gears to make the axis move a very small amount but have the motor spin at a reasonable speed? This has most likely been done before, time to do some googling for myself!
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