27 Feb '14, 12am

Hackaday 68k: Enclosure, Backplane, And Power

Hackaday 68k: Enclosure, Backplane, And Power

What’s that green board, you ask? That’s my first attempt at making an external power switch, power LED, and reset button. Mechanically, this design did not work.The space between the backplane and the front panel of the enclosure is just too tight. This isn’t really a necessary part of the build – I have power and reset switches and buttons on the backplane and CPU board – but it does make it look nice. Right now, the ‘external’ controls for this project have been pushed back to the very end of this project. Or when I get stuck on something. I don’t know.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2014/02/26/hackaday-68k-enclosure-bac...

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