Lets see if Justin reply's to that. I can't remember if he offers that. I know it takes a special epoxy and might need some machining on the trucks.Nordle said:Ok I thought I could get the sensors + pcb and wanted to know what signal it gives to my controller?^^
Sorry for the misunderstanding
Vanarian said:Oh, where are the weight sensors hidden? Looks good, you should make cover for the cables glued on the trucks!
rowbiker said:Looking at the bottom of the board photos I can identify the two strain4 op-amp boards on the front, and the two controllers at the rear, but can only assume that the display/circuit board at the front of the board is a CA minus the housing?
Okami said:Really great project you have there.. nice to see how it has evolved and all the hurdles you have faced to improve it and to make it as it is for you now..
Is there any follow up on this one? Seems like nobody has really asked any questions..
Dont you consider selling these ''sensor fitted'' trucks to anyone? If people are willing to pay sometimes close to 100usd for a controller, then I think you might get more than a few customers, if the cost can be reasonable. as the trucks would be also included..
travellin said:Grin posted new info about their weight sensing electric longboard:
Hummina Shadeeba said:please post up the trucks when they're available.