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Loudest Warning 4U DIY Discussion / Updates

Post by the bad producer » Fri Jan 26, 2018 8:32 am

Hi,

I've been so busy recently with one thing and another that I've not had a chance to update the 'in stock' page, or general build notes. But, thanks to a new computer (and some prompting :hihi: ) I've had a go today. Plenty more to come - especially on the build pages - but quite a lot to catch up on.

If there is anything anyone would like to see, or any extra info that would be useful for building (alongside the wiring diagrams) please let me know - I've considered Mouser carts but I'd likely miss something out (and I don't get everything there anyway) but I could give it a try...

http://loudestwarning.tumblr.com/instock

Main page with build notes:

http://www.loudestwarning.co.uk/

You can buy panels from your favourite DIY suppliers here:

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Craig Lee has also had some LW boats made, for you to fill up:

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Post by Eric the Red » Fri Jan 26, 2018 8:42 am

I love the white paperface panels - so clean looking.
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Post by ashleym » Fri Jan 26, 2018 8:44 am

:bang: :bang: :bang: :bang: :bang:

I have just splashed out on my dear girlfriend for her birthday, why are you doing this to me??? I need to catch up a bit :banana: :nana:

Edit: and thank you for producing such great panels, it makes making so much easier and gives me a target

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Post by J3RK » Fri Jan 26, 2018 11:40 am

Good to see the letters L and W on the first page of the DIY forum again. :party:

I just finished up the last project that I was working on for someone, so I'll be getting back to LW designs again soon too.

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Post by flts » Fri Jan 26, 2018 2:10 pm

You're welcome about prompting :hihi:

These are beautiful things... Still working on the one awesome large project that didn't get finished in time, after that it's LW time :banana:
Warm thank you to everyone for the past 10 years. I'm not active here anymore for personal reasons, so for those I've had the pleasure of dealing with please send an e-mail instead of PM if you wish to get in touch.

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Post by the bad producer » Sat Jan 27, 2018 3:46 pm

Thanks for the kind words!

I've just figured out how to host files (rather than just pictures) so I can now host all the schematics and associated docs for Dustin's 'Stroh Modular' projects. I will probably try and attach Mouser Boms too, but maybe as text files like this:

505-FKP2.022/63/2.5T| 2
871-B32529C473K | 2
667-EEU-HD1H4R7 | 2
667-EEU-HD1H100 | 2
926-LF353N/NOPB | 10
575-144308 | 10
530-108-0910-1 | 1
530-108-0903-1 | 5

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Re: Loudest Warning 4U DIY Discussion / Updates

Post by tttyylll » Thu May 07, 2020 9:41 am

Hi not sure if this threads still active or not but i’ll give it a try.

I can’t seem to find any wiring diagrams on your site.

I’m also looking to build a few panels and the BOM’s would be a lot of help.

Hope this reaches you,

Thanks

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Re: Loudest Warning 4U DIY Discussion / Updates

Post by the bad producer » Thu May 07, 2020 10:08 am

Hi tttyylll, yes I'm here - which ones are you looking for?

They are here:

http://www.loudestwarning.co.uk/

I can add any you need, but - as ever - rather slow / behind on keeping up with things!

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