Source code for boxes.generators.makitapowersupply

#!/usr/bin/env python3
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from boxes import *

[docs]class MakitaPowerSupply(Boxes): """Bench power supply powered with Maktia 18V battery or laptop power supply""" description = """ Vitamins: DSP5005 (or similar) power supply, two banana sockets, two 4.8mm flat terminals with flat soldering tag To allow powering by laptop power supply: flip switch, Lenovo round socket (or adjust right hole for different socket) """ ui_group = "Misc" def __init__(self): Boxes.__init__(self) self.addSettingsArgs(edges.FingerJointSettings) self.argparser.add_argument("--banana-socket-diameter", action="store", type=float, default=8.0, help="diameter of the banana socket mounting holes") self.argparser.add_argument("--flipswitch-diameter", action="store", type=float, default=6.3, help="diameter of the flipswitch mounting hole") def side(self, l, h=14, move=None): t = self.thickness tw, th = h+t, l if self.move(tw, th, move, True): return self.moveTo(t, 0) self.polyline(h, 90, l-h/3**0.5, 60, h*2/3**0.5, 120) self.edges["f"](l) self.move(tw, th, move) def side2(self, l, h=14, move=None): t = self.thickness tw, th = h, l-10 if self.move(tw, th, move, True): return if h > 14: self.polyline(h, 90, l-12, 90, h-14, 90, 50-12, -90, 8, -90) else: self.polyline(h, 90, l-50, 90, h-6, -90) self.polyline(11, 90, 1, -90, 27, (90, 1), 3, (90, 1), l-12, 90) self.move(tw, th, move) def bottom(self): t = self.thickness m = self.x / 2 self.moveTo(0, 10) self.fingerHolesAt(m-30.5-0.5*t, 0, self.l) self.fingerHolesAt(m+30.5+0.5*t, 0, self.l) self.rectangularHole(m-19, 34, 0.8, 6.25) self.rectangularHole(m+19, 34, 0.8, 6.25) self.rectangularHole(m, -2.5, 35, 5) def front(self): d_b = self.banana_socket_diameter d_f = self.flipswitch_diameter self.hole(10, self.h/2, d=d_b) self.hole(30, self.h/2, d=d_b) self.hole(50, self.h/2, d=d_f) self.rectangularHole(76, 6.4, 12.4, 12.4) def back(self): for i in range(3): self.rectangularHole(self.x/2, i*8+5, self.x-20, 5, r=2.5) def regulatorCB(self): self.rectangularHole(21, 9.5, 35, 5) self.rectangularHole(5, 33+12, 10, 10) self.rectangularHole(42-5, 33+12, 10, 10) for x in [3.5, 38.5]: for y in [3.5, 65]: self.hole(x, y, 1.0) def render(self): # adjust to the variables you want in the local scope t = self.thickness l = self.l = 64 hm = 15.5 self.x, self.y, self.h = x, y, h = 85, 75, 35 self.rectangularWall(x, h, "FFFF", callback=[self.front], move="right") self.rectangularWall(y, h, "FfFf", move="up") self.rectangularWall(y, h, "FfFf") self.rectangularWall(x, h, "FFFF", callback=[self.back], move="left up") self.rectangularWall(x, y, "ffff", callback=[self.bottom], move="right") self.rectangularWall(x, y, "ffff", callback=[ lambda: self.rectangularHole(x/2, y-20-5, 76, 40)], move="") self.rectangularWall(x, y, "ffff", move="left up only") self.side(l, hm, move="right") self.side(l, hm, move="right mirror") self.side2(l, hm, move="right") self.side2(l, hm, move="right mirror")