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    Default Firegod's Schematic

    Hi,
    The Firegod design looks very interesting and I plan to build something similar. Is there a schematic for this design somewhere? I was looking for it in the last hour but could find them. Thanks!

    James

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    Welcome to DIYC, James! You'll find a lot of fun at this place, and many people eager to help in any way they can.

    Hmmmm... not sure if the schematic is even available. Check the Christmas Wiki -- there's a link there where you can get the boards, right from the FireGod guru himself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by james7 View Post
    Hi,
    The Firegod design looks very interesting and I plan to build something similar. Is there a schematic for this design somewhere? I was looking for it in the last hour but could find them. Thanks!

    James
    Never made a schematic on the first go around, just did it on the fly!

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    Default Re: Firegod's Schematic

    Thank you for your reply. The design must be quite simple for you to wire it up without the schematic! The renard design has schematic. Maybe I will start from there. Thanks.

    Regards,
    James

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    I had a set of FG's boards this year and enjoyed them quite much. Didn't really need a schema to figure out what needed to be done. But that just made assembly all the easier.

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    Are you planning to have more boards available sometime. The FireGod sounds kinda fun.
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