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Author Topic: Intuos4 (PTK-640) to LCD Tablet with Capacitive Touch Digitizer.  (Read 87 times)
hyj2653
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« on: November 16, 2017, 09:29:40 AM »

Hello everyone!

Might see me in previous topic which 'bumhee34' have been posted.

http://forum.bongofish.co.uk/index.php?topic=2638.0





I've almost done my DIY project, and I think it's time to post on the bongofish forum.




These are the main parts that I've used.


Tablet : Wacom intuos 4 (PTK-640)

LCD : B101UAN02.1  (IPS, 10.1, 1920*1200, 8BIT)

Capacitive Touch Digitizer : VS101TC01-A2  (10Point)

OS : Windows 10 after RS1 (to use touch ignore function while using pen)

Extra : USB switch hub, Potentiometer which have on/off switch function on it, lots of tapes and 3D ABS filaments...







More Things to do : Close the rear boards case, Print io port sheild and close it, stand holder installation.


and good to go.




https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rXsb34R7eGWvzRWCEpAqeFuGAW0-VK6m

Almost assembled DIY tablet (only rear board cover and stand holder is missing)



https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ue0KQpR8eLF-Lj3Q8odKTzvTJjDmCze9

I don't wanna connect two USB wire for each tablet and touch.

So, it gathered in to USB hub and connected as USB Micro B type (aka.oldschool android phone port)



Here is video of testing pen, touch, touch ignored when pen recorgnized, palm rejection function.

https://youtu.be/_ulZeTWfpY4



I'll upload more notes and full making film when I've finished  Smiley
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