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Author Topic: Intuos4 (PTK-640) to LCD Tablet with Capacitive Touch Digitizer.  (Read 384 times)
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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.

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.

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

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.

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