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I'm looking for some mechanical information about the related position and dimension of the “positioning hole” and DMD chip on the DLP 9000 EVM.
The “positioning hole” is circled by the red circle in the following picture.
Also, I want to know the position of the 4 screws which are circled by the blue circles because I don't want my mechanical part to interfere with them.
Thanks for a lot!
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In reply to Hirak Biswas:
Industrial Business Development Manager
DLP® Enterprise & Cinema Display
In reply to Carey Ritchey:
Another useful web page is the DLPLCR9000EVM page and the following Reference Design files:
DLP LightCrafter 9000 Reference Design <-- click
I hope this also helps.
Dear Carey Ritchey,
Thank you for your information, I had checked the *.stp file and the product at my hand, but I found some mismatch between the *.stp and the product as the following description and picture:1. The distance between two positioning pin / hole.2. The angle which also circled by red circle. The angle seems quite close to 45 degrees on the product, this point can also be found in the photo of my first post. Also, I had some mechanical design experience about DLP 6500, where the corresponding angle is 42.18 degree according to p50~53 in this document (this document also provides the information on tolerance):
Or maybe I have some misunderstanding?
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