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Radio Control Goes STEAMPUNK ! - Part II
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 Posted: Tue Sep 17th, 2013 09:35 am
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Here is a miniature knife switch you might like. Was the smallest I could find so far.



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Wow, that makes me think of the doctor throwing the switch and saying "IT's ALIVE!". Looks to be a suitable on/off device for the transmitter or punk locomotive. Maybe a whole bank of them to control layout lighting...Hmmmm...

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Yes love the feel of these - thanks for the tutorial, will pass on to a friend who is interested in RC
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 Posted: Sun Sep 22nd, 2013 08:56 pm
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Many thanks for your interest guys.

W C Greene wrote:
... Maybe a whole bank of them to control layout lighting...Hmmmm...


At the time I use several chinese LED dimmer to control several lightings of my friends and mine layout boxes.



But I want to build them into a nice precious timber chest, with nicer knobs, amperemeter, voltmeter ...
And such a knife switch will be the perfect main switch.


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