Harnessing the terrifying power of the unknown for the most pedestrian purposes possible
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There’s a common misconception the NYCR is only for electrical experimentation, but nothing could be further from the truth. For example, take this, the latest in our series of ectoplasmic investigations.
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Excellent work! What was the braking problem?
The carriage return crank was overshooting the mark, so we needed to brake the motor by shorting its terminals with a relay when it got to the right position.
It looks like you’re using the solenoids to pull the typewriter keys down (they appear to be attached via wires.) What solenoids are you using? Where are you affixing the lines to the keys?