Old 03-12-2014, 05:18 PM #1
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Default Making a momentary/stand switch

Hi guys,

i have a little laserhost and it just have a clicky switch (I hope you know what i mean, if not tell me please.) and I want to make them clicky and momentary at the same time.

Here a pic of all the parts from the switch in the housing:
on imgur: Parts - Imgur

I know that it's possible, but i dont really know how is should do it. So.. can you give me some tips or something like that?

It would be great, thank you very much C:

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Default Re: Making a momentary/stand switch

I know this is off topic but...
I thought the title said making a momentary sandwitch
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Default Re: Making a momentary/stand switch

@ timtom so how dose your switch operate, so when you push it all the way and it clicks then it makes contact, correct ?
and if you only push it part way will it temporarily make contact ?



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Default Re: Making a momentary/stand switch

@Flaminpyro: eh.. yes ? o:
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Default Re: Making a momentary/stand switch

It's called a forward clicky switch. Most cheap flashlights use the reverse clicky where you push it in fully to turn it on, then push partway to momentarily turn it off.
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