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Softcircuitworkshop Class06

  1. 1. Soft Circuit Workshop Class #6
  2. 2. ING EAD R Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  3. 3. “techniques for attaching off-the-shelf electronic hardware to e-textiles” Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  4. 4. “a library of materials and techniques that form the foundation of ‘do-it-yourself’ electronic textiles” Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  5. 5. Fabric PCBs Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  6. 6. Fabric PCBs Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  7. 7. Fabric PCBs Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  8. 8. Fabric PCBs Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  9. 9. Fabric PCBs Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  10. 10. Laser Cutting at ITP: itp.nyu.edu/help/Help/AMSServices
  11. 11. Fabric PCBs Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  12. 12. Electronic Sequins Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  13. 13. Electronic Sequins Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  14. 14. Electronic Sequins Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  15. 15. “Socket Buttons” Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  16. 16. Insulators Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  17. 17. Wash Tests Fabric PCBs, Electronic Sequins, and Socket Buttons: Techniques for E-textile Craft Leah Buechley & Michael Eisenberg
  18. 18. Circuit Diagrams [aka Circuit Schematics]
  19. 19. Circuit Diagram [clear electrical connections]
  20. 20. Component Layout [physical placement of parts on board]
  21. 21. A wire.
  22. 22. Wires joined Wires not joined
  23. 23. Various Symbols
  24. 24. Why is it important to do a “sketch” for a soft circuit? •get a sense of materials needed •anticipate feasibility (power needs, etc.) •plan for insulation (possibly layers) •tool for troubleshooting •helpful for explaining concept
  25. 25. from “Solar Jewelry” by Hatti Lim & Alice Planas (CRAFT Issue 06)
  26. 26. from “Solar Jewelry” by Hatti Lim & Alice Planas (CRAFT Issue 06)
  27. 27. from “Solar Jewelry” by Hatti Lim & Alice Planas (CRAFT Issue 06)
  28. 28. from “Solar Jewelry” by Hatti Lim & Alice Planas (CRAFT Issue 06)
  29. 29. from “Solar Jewelry” by Hatti Lim & Alice Planas (CRAFT Issue 06)
  30. 30. secure. Knot the bottom of the e battery slit, looping the thread several times thread. ood contact point for the battery. This will be contact for the battery. REVERSE SIDE OF ORNAMENT ther piece of conductive thread, securely sew ead to the felt. Then, using the same thread, FRONT VIEW alf way to the battery slit. BATTERY CONTACTS ale end of the snap and sew it securely onto + d of the positive conductive path. other piece of conductive thread, loop the l times around the battery slit that has not yet his will be the positive contact for the battery. same thread, continue sewing a path toward Female Snap Positive Path p, leaving a 1/4” gap between the two paths. female end of the snap. Leaving 1” of loose Battery Slit e the snap to the end of the conductive thread. + ap should not be sewn onto the felt. The snap as the switch. Negative Conductive Path the snaps together, completing the connection Male Snap itive battery contact to the positive LED lead. 3V Lithium Coin Cell battery and slip it into the battery slit accord- positive side of the battery connecting with ontact and negative side with the negative Illustrated above is an LED should light up! example of the Reindeer circuit. The circuits for all designs are similar. from “Felt Ornament Tutorial” by SparkLab
  31. 31. Super Hero Midterm: Presenting your project Title of Project Super Hero Type of Garment/Device Function (Intended & Actual) Diagrams (Electrical & Physical) Hard Circuit Soft Circuit Materials & Techniques Used Challenges & Successes Next Steps

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