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  • #31
    How did you attach your piezo's to your cones and to the plates that hold them. It looks like there is some white stuff in between the piezo and plates. I'm interested because in playing around with different piezo and cone mounting ideas.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Aka Wayne View Post
      How did you attach your piezo's to your cones and to the plates that hold them. It looks like there is some white stuff in between the piezo and plates. I'm interested because in playing around with different piezo and cone mounting ideas.
      I tried regular thin double sided tape and I tried that white foamy double sided tape. I'm not sure which one I ended up with, sorry. the white foamy tape was nice for the top because you can cut the relief for the piezo wires into it instead of the cone.

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      • #33
        Cool. Are you getting reliable positional detection with that set up?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Aka Wayne View Post
          Cool. Are you getting reliable positional detection with that set up?
          Yeah I described how it worked in an earlier post. I might make a video of it at some point.

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