These are Ponoko ready .svg files for the do it yourself cintiq Enclosure Kit for the Wacom Intuos4 Medium Tablet. This enclosure is assembled using super glue. When assembled, this is jitter free build.
You will also need to purchase separately:
1) A 1024x600 res, 10in, LED panel (HSD100IFW1). This needs some preparatory work - the LED backlight cable needs splicing and extending.
2) An LCD Controller with VGA inputs - R.RM3251 (this causes significantly less jitter/interference than the VGA+DVI cards R.RM5 series.
Slot pan head screws & nuts made of stainless steel A2.
4 x M4 x 40mm
7 x M3 x 12mm
(The above fasteners can be obtained from http://stores.ebay.co.uk/astleycomponents)
6x PC case screws - any computer component store
4) 5mm foamboard to cut and measure the screen positioners.
You can source your panel from http://www.tjinspirations.co.uk/
Be sure to specify that it be the exact model and not a "compatible one".
You can source your controller from http://www.njytouch.com/ContactUs.htm . http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/njytouch/m.html .
There are of course other sources but these are the ones TabletMod has verified.
For general information about DIY Cintiqs, visit www.TabletMod.com
Assembly video is located here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYwsFiVbHi8 **Please Note** this video shows the assembly of the older generation TabletMod Large V2 - this is the same design as the smaller TabletMod Medium design here.
Calibration Guide is here:
How to use the design files in ponoko? See the following video from 9:11 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZY5cF8O_ky4
You will need to use 3mm thick material. Be sure to use 3mm clear acrylic for p2dti4mzapv2topbuttonbox003mm.svg .
Also wash hands before gluing the kit together. Skin oils can react with the glue vapours and leave prints and smudges on the acrylic.
Please note, as this is a digital download please be sure to purchase the correct design files you need as we cannot issue a refund.