Saturday, November 13, 2010

DIY hard drive clock (part 7)

Assembling unit

For easy maintenance all electrical interconnections between assemblies are implemented with flexible cables and connectors.
To center hard drive on a chassis I had to reposition existing power supply board. 

To lover noise and vibration to minimal level I reused rubber shock absorbers from old computer. Shock absorbers are mounted on custom brackets and fastened to hard drive frame.

Four machine screws are installed onto chassis to serve as mounting posts for shock absorbers.

Hard drive fitted with new stuff.

All functional parts connected. Power up test. 

Modified chassis.

Rubber shock absorbers reused for hard drive clock project.

Shock absorber mounted onto chassis.

All parts of unit are interconnected. Function test. 
Yes, it's working!

(part 6)<--- DIY hard drive clock ---> (part 8)

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