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jeremyx
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« on: January 20, 2007, 12:45:00 PM »

ok so a few questions please answer  Kiss

is an ultra pad/art pad a digitzer and vice versa all 3 the same?
after removing all the stuff how much length do i have to play with from the sensor to the drawing point
what is the measurement of the flad lcd panel and variations etc of brands
if i do you use leds how much room do i use for the light to go through the panel
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« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2007, 05:17:47 PM »

ok so a few questions please answer  Kiss

is an ultra pad/art pad a digitzer and vice versa all 3 the same?
Seem to be. perhaps they were made for different markets?  They seem to use the same drivers.

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after removing all the stuff how much length do i have to play with from the sensor to the drawing point
from the sensor to the drawing plate of the case (of a UD 1212) is about 6mm, then add whatever happened with your paper test.

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what is the measurement of the flad lcd panel and variations etc of brands
Thickness of the LCD itself will be about 2mm. other dimensions will vary I guess.  Thickness of the slab in the backlight will probably be between 5mm - 8 mm on a Samsung screen.

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if i do you use leds how much room do i use for the light to go through the panel


I'm not sure I understand what you mean.    If I were doing it I would get LEDs of the same diameter as the panel thickness and replace the flourescent tubes down the edges.  I think a full-on array across the whole screen would be a lot more work for little or no benefit. 
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