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Wiring A Bus Cable Under A Layout
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 Posted: Tue Mar 12th, 2019 07:43 am
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I was not happy with the surface on one board,

so I stripped it back to the rubber underlay.


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 Posted: Tue Mar 12th, 2019 07:48 am
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I might do the other half too.

The rubber is yoga mats from a chain store.  Very cheap.

It works too!  The rubber absorbs all the vibrations. 

The layout is very quiet, without the rumble of a MDF surface.




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Flynn isn't about to be sick.

He was just having a wash.





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