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Old 03-12-2011, 11:54 AM   #1
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Old 05-09-2011, 03:08 PM   #5
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Maybe I'm just illiterate but I still don't get half of it. What do all the R-3L, R-1R etc stand for?
Great question. Here is my understanding:
  • R-3L ~ R = Relay, 3 = pin #3, L = Left side
  • R-1R ~ R = Relay, 1 = pin #1, R = Right side

I want whatever Caribe is using to make those beautiful illustrations. They're just gorgeous. I do primitive work with photoshop, which of course is not a drawing tool, but I make do with it nonetheless.
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Great question. Here is my understanding:
  • R-3L ~ R = Relay, 3 = pin #3, L = Left side
  • R-1R ~ R = Relay, 1 = pin #1, R = Right side
I want whatever Caribe is using to make those beautiful illustrations. They're just gorgeous. I do primitive work with photoshop, which of course is not a drawing tool, but I make do with it nonetheless.
Thanks man. Yeah it would be extremely time consuming if I was to attempt to draw something up like this
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