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a error occur,“Application exception, unknown software exception（0x0eedfade），address is 0x7c812afb”
when I install completed and run it...system give me above message...not only on my machine,also on other people's machine..
how can I resolve this problem?
Posted By: YuLiang Hua on Oct 24, 2009 06:32AM Category: Front Panel Designer
I'll forward this to our IT people. Can you give me more details about your operating system?
We are sorry for the inconvenience and let you know as soon as we have news.
Posted By: Diane Haensel on Oct 26, 2009 04:55PMReply
I need a cross over program so I can run Front Panel Express designer or a program that will work like it. Hopefully one that is free.
Can Anyone point me in the right direction for something that would work on my Powerbook G4 running 10.4.11 ? Thanks
Posted By: Andy Bowenkamp on Oct 14, 2009 04:05AM Category: Front Panel Designer
Does anyone know if there are library or macro objects available for EDAC connectors, mainly 56 and 90?
Posted By: Greg Loskorn on Sep 24, 2009 01:00AM Category: Front Panel Designer
Here is a usable example of the 56 and 90 pin connectors
Posted By: Leland Savage on Sep 24, 2009 08:29PMReply
Sorry for the tardy reply, I thought if I checked "watch thread" that I would get an email when a reply was posted. Anyway, thanks for the examples.
I have a question, what are the horizontal cutouts through the middle of each connector? It looks like they may be cutouts for the connector alignment pins if you were to mount them behind the panel, but they won't work that way. Just curious.
Posted By: Greg Loskorn on Oct 07, 2009 03:40PMReply
The 56 and 90 pin EDAC connector dimensions were followed by a standarded set of dimensions from the EDAC website. Attached is the link for the 56 & 90 pin connector dimensions on page 91.
Posted By: Leland Savage on Oct 10, 2009 02:50AMReply
Does any one have macro objects for duplex electrical outlets? I'm building a power conditioner and would like to attach the outlets directly to the front pannel (with three screws each).
Thanks in advance,
Posted By: Patrick Kopson on Jun 26, 2009 07:50PM Category: Front Panel Designer
Which one do you need, square or oval?
Posted By: Diane Haensel on Jun 28, 2009 10:34PMReply
I need the oval.
Do you also know the position of the holes normally used to mount the outlet to the elctrical box, relative to the hole normally used to attache the cover-plate?
Posted By: Patrick Kopson on Jun 29, 2009 08:34PMReply
An example of an fpd design of the oval outlet cutouts.
Hole positions of the oval outlet
Posted By: Leland Savage on Jun 30, 2009 11:25PMReply
Hi, I plan to mount a square outlet to a panel. Do you have a .fpd and could you explain if this includes a why to mount a single gang electrical box to the rear of the panel? Thanks! -O
Posted By: Bridge on Nov 28, 2014 06:02AMReply
I don't have a fpd file for the square outlet handy but the dimensions are in the post above.
You would need to add the mounting holes for the single gang electrical box to your panel (dimensions are shown here.)
Let me know if you need any assistance with positioning the cutouts and mounting holes.
Posted By: DianeHaensel on Dec 02, 2014 10:55PMReply
Would any kind soul out there have something I could use as a template for an 1150 or 1400 case panel template?
I'm not a mechanical guy, and I would prefer to take as much uncertanity out of this as possible. Thanks! :D
Posted By: David VanHorn on Apr 23, 2009 03:08PM Category: Front Panel Designer
Let us look into it. We should have something for you in a couple of days.
Posted By: Diane Haensel on Apr 24, 2009 07:06PMReply
Here is the panel for a 1150 case.
You might need to change the mounting holes, depending on the type of screws you want to use. Our template has countersinks for the 4-40 thread inserts of the case.
The dimensions for other Pelican cases can be found here:
And an example for an installed panel from one of our customers is here:
I hope we could take a little uncertainty out of your project :)
Posted By: Diane Haensel on May 03, 2009 07:13PMReply
My panel is 160mm by 430 mm.
It will be a few scale( size about 40-50 mm) placed over there.
I confuse what tool size to choose for a proper in-fill color placement.
Could you advice from your experience?
I would prefer to see some photos or pictures how it looks like with different tool size.
Posted By: Pavel Perchine on Mar 02, 2009 11:43PM Category: Front Panel Designer
Choosing the right tool size for engraving comes down to what would you prefer your thickness of the engraving to be. For instance, if you choose a larger tool for the engraving, the engraving will be the same thickness as the tool size you have chosen. To get a visual of how engraving would turn out, you can print the panel in a 1:1 scale. Since the panel is a good size it will print a couple of sheets that can correctly matched up.
Posted By: Leland Savage on Mar 04, 2009 01:52AMReply