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Viperr
Viperr
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Last Activity: Today, 02:50 AM
Joined: 05-03-13
Location: Netherlands
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  • Viperr
    replied to Trigger foam from makeup sponge
    in DIY
    Like I said in my previous post. Sensitivity is directly related to how much the piezo bends. If you support only the outside of the piezo, and your cone, or what ever you have on top only contacts in the center, you will bend the piezo more then when the cone covers the entire piezo --> more sensitivity....
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  • Viperr
    replied to Trigger foam from makeup sponge
    in DIY
    The output signal of a piezo is directly related to how much the piezo bends. Sensitivity is for a large part influenced with how easy the piezo can flex.
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  • Viperr
    replied to Trigger foam from makeup sponge
    in DIY
    You're using relatively heavy wires between your piezo and your connector. There is a huge chance that your solder joints will break this way.
    My advice: Use thinner wires, and secure them is such a way that you get some sort of strain relief. Also adding somehot glue over the solder joint will...
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  • Viperr
    replied to Trigger foam from makeup sponge
    in DIY
    Yep, post the pictures please. I know the orange 682 cones, I decided on sanding blocks for all my triggers, but i'm tired of shaping them. A good alternative is welcome.

    >>(I know I could just buy some pre-made cones or buy some Poron. But where's the fun in that?)<< Completely...
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