The ceramic ring screws down around the socket shell and pulls it up against the base; the threads have only as much precision as required to keep it from falling off. I may need to add a leveling shim just so I don’t have to explain why it’s always crooked.
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The week in review
- Arduino vs. Significant Figures: Preliminary 64-bit Fixed Point Exercise
- Arduino vs Significant Figures: Floating Point Calculations
- DDS Musings: Arithmetic with 32-bit Fixed Point Numbers
- Beckman DM73 Circuitmate: RIP
- Mystery Pigeon
- Copying Video Files From Action Cameras to a NAS Drive
- Generic AD8950 DDS Modules: Beware Swapped D7 and GND Pins!
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