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Thread: Motorized Door To Cover The Lilliput LCD

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    Was thinking you could modify the cd drive, and leave the IDE controller in so it would still use the eject CD command.
    I like that!
    If it's do-able with the print.
    I really don't have much space there.
    When there are not to much wire's needed, we could build the board in the pc case, and just bring the wire's of the motor to the motor ( )

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    Geking I don't understand what you mean.
    What do you mean whith the curly things?
    And the two blocks, have they something todo with it?
    I don't mean this as some kind of critick, but I'm really interested in you're idea.

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    There is an eject command, but is there also one to have it close?

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    http://www.codeguru.com/Cpp/misc/mis...cle.php/c3739/

    this software seems to work, if only it was used via the command prompt... hmm..

    Now I need to see if I can salvage the board.. I kinda destroyed the parts for the drive, ****!

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    Oks, the things that are the swiglys are the relays. They are electronicly operated switches. The squiggle part is the coil, and the switch is the part next to it. I donno what you mean about the boxes, but possibly could it be my cruddy freehand O and C, standing for the Open and Close switch? The arrows with the stops are diodes. You would need something that could handle a little power, not a small switching diode. They let electricity only flow one way. Electricity flows from gnd to +.
    Sorry, I know it is not much.
    Feel free to ask more Qs.

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    Finally someone is attempting to do the screen cover. I want to do the same thing when I start putting together my project next month, so keep us posted on how everything goes.
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    Hell, For 10 bucks a job, Ill sell em if you don't want to build them. But Hey, its not more than a 15 min job. Any Questions are appreciated.

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    Isnt there a cleaner way then an old CDROM ?
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    EBFoxbat, there was a thread before which discussed the different possiblities of doing this. But I think the easiest way would be just to use an old cd rom.
    Here's the link
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    Check Out My Install!!!

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    There must be an easier way... I'm working on it.
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