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  • Zaz
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    Originally posted by COOP View Post
    I have the same platform as you, without the winch of course. Your work is simply amazing.
    Thanks! The Valor CA-53 is a solid platform. I liked mine even before i modified it.

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  • COOP
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    I have the same platform as you, without the winch of course. Your work is simply amazing.

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  • Speedbag
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    Originally posted by rdshackleford View Post
    I am a software engineer for a company that makes similar controller cabinets. Would not have dreamed of using an industrial control cabinet to drive a winch to move a speed bag platform. Well done! You have an LCD display on the cabinet, try making it into a punch counter.
    See, another smarty pants on here! Actually this forum has experts from many fields, Doctors, lawyers, indian chiefs, historians, numismatist... You name it, we got it.!

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  • Zaz
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    Originally posted by BagBoy View Post
    Zaz, that makes me want to crack a beer. It's my birthday so I will. Awesome update, actually made me chuckle it's so cool.
    Thank you BagBoy and HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! I'll have a drink to your health!

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  • Zaz
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    Originally posted by rdshackleford View Post
    I am a software engineer for a company that makes similar controller cabinets. Would not have dreamed of using an industrial control cabinet to drive a winch to move a speed bag platform. Well done! You have an LCD display on the cabinet, try making it into a punch counter.
    I knew you're an engineer because the creator of the Arc Swivel must be an engineer! That LCD display came with the cheap voltage/current meter i bought from Amazon. There's just one input on the LCD display and it's for the measurement module. The measurement module has 2 terminals for the negative, 1 for the positive and 4 more terminals for the relay that open and close if the current go higher than the set-point. The idea of installing a punch counter (using an additional LCD display) was tempting, but i didn't want sensors and wire to affect the look of the drum. Maybe something like the Speed Demon XT would be better for me? Thank you for your comment Rusty!
    Last edited by Zaz; 10-14-2019, 10:51 PM.

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  • Zaz
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    Originally posted by paranday View Post
    A thing of beauty.
    Thanks!

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  • Zaz
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    Originally posted by dad View Post
    Very cool, that must have been fun to work on.
    Thank you and yes it was! To make the electric plan was the part i enjoyed the most.

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  • Zaz
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    Originally posted by Cazbag View Post
    Wow! Well done that is a genius setup!
    Thank you Cazbag!

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  • Zaz
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    Originally posted by Mickey Dix View Post

    Now that is an impressive setup. Really cool . Thanks for the video!!!
    Thank you for your comment! i'm happy to hear that you liked the video!

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  • Zaz
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    Originally posted by RockSteadyBoxer View Post
    That is simply awesome!
    Thank you very much!

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  • Cazbag
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    Originally posted by BagBoy View Post
    Zaz, that makes me want to crack a beer. It's my birthday so I will. Awesome update, actually made me chuckle it's so cool.
    I'll have one with ya, happy birthday youngster!

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  • BagBoy
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    Zaz, that makes me want to crack a beer. It's my birthday so I will. Awesome update, actually made me chuckle it's so cool.

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  • rdshackleford
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    I am a software engineer for a company that makes similar controller cabinets. Would not have dreamed of using an industrial control cabinet to drive a winch to move a speed bag platform. Well done! You have an LCD display on the cabinet, try making it into a punch counter.

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  • paranday
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    A thing of beauty.

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  • dad
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    Very cool, that must have been fun to work on.

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