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Thread: 2006 Audi A3 2.0 TDI. Symphony II PCCAR : OEM Indash Screen Prototype. Full pics!!

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    FLAC coucouillu's Avatar
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    I moved 4 butoons in the faceplate :







    Buttons moved from RED to YELLOW :



    CD EJECT and LOAD buttons are removed.





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    dude nice! um just out of curiosity don't you hate the smell that plastic makes when you touch a soldering iron to it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdegameplayer View Post
    dude nice! um just out of curiosity don't you hate the smell that plastic makes when you touch a soldering iron to it?
    It's more than the smell that you have to watch out for. Here's what I wrote in my worklog (post #58):

    Plastic Welding -- Gotta Have Ventilation for Smoke

    Good ventilation is an absolute requirement for this plastic welding. It's a smoky process, but it's more than smell that's an issue. I've been reading that breathing the fumes from it can result in chemical asthma -- permanent chemical asthma, not just something that goes away overnight. For people who already have asthma, plastic welding might be a process to avoid.

    One thing is for sure: you really don't want to do this inside your house. I had to figure out a way to get the smoke and fumes away from my workspace. I started out using a 24-inch fan blowing out of the garage, but it wasn't enough. This stuff was like smoke from a campfire -- it seemed to follow me around. Now I've rigged a smaller fan right on the workbench to pull air away and direct it to the bigger fan. I'm breathing easier, now.
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    If just enough is really good, then too much ought to be perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdegameplayer View Post
    dude nice! um just out of curiosity don't you hate the smell that plastic makes when you touch a soldering iron to it?
    Thank you.

    As rdholtz said, smokes isn't good for health at all.

    I use 2 protections :

    A mask and a big fan. But I can't do this outside.

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    Face Plate Mod

    I stared the faceplate mod.

    Here is a picture with the PCB before :




    And after :







    A little mod in order to put 2 SMD micro LED : one Blue (for POWER ON) and one Red (for HDD ACTIVITY).




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    Amazing. I think that you and Dejan have really gone to the limits for a fully integrated in dash PC.

    I can only wish I had such talent for that kind of custom work.
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    Any update on this amazing project?
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    [II--------] 20%

    2004 Renault Grand Espace 3.0 dV6

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    Coucouillu,

    you are fantastically mad!
    well done!
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    Lilliput screen led mod

    I changed micro LED from the lilliput screen.

    They are normally BLUE. I changed them in RED like the OEM SYMPHONY II color.




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