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gm5x5x5 Bulk Order

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You forgot...

WIKI page about nILS' Bulk Order Terms and Conditions: http://www.midibox.org/dokuwiki/nils_bulk_terms

For the people who aren't fluent in Legalese, allow me to paraphrase:

STFU, read your email daily, pay when asked, if it doesn't arrive, STFU.

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UPDATE: The prototypes are being shipped out atm, once they're tested I will set a deadline after which I will not accept any more orders. This should happen within the next couple of weeks.

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If by "being shipped out atm" you mean "sitting on my desk gathering dust while I wait for you to send me names and addresses of people who want them"...

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Um, yeah that's a crucial part of being shipped out ;-)

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now stfu and wait like everybody else.  :D

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Hehe, no, actually Wilba gets to bitch and whine as much as he wants to, since he's a vital part of operation gm5x5x5 ;-)

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UPDATE: The prototypes are being shipped out atm, once they're tested I will set a deadline after which I will not accept any more orders. This should happen within the next couple of weeks.

Ah ffs, how didnt i spot this. wouldnt have had to annoy you in the chat with questions if saw this post.

now stfu and wait like everybody else.  :D

Yes, that i shall!

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gm5x5x5.jpg

:D

Thanks so much, Wilba!

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This order closes: December 7th 2008

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Updates:

It's alive :D

The attached images show (1) the minimum requirements with just the gm5 and the usb circuitry, (2) one fully assembled strip (due to a tiny little imperfection in the layout *cough* the sockets had to be mounted under the pcb).

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I like your choice of workbench cover. Your homework for this class is to walk through the ghetto at night with a gold watch on  :D

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(due to a tiny little imperfection in the layout *cough* the sockets had to be mounted under the pcb).

I did the exact same mistake on my 5x5 device... Will this be fixed in the final release?

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Of course.

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Done and fully working. I flipped the page for your reading pleasure.

The odd little construction at the top is my special way of working with the not-quite-so-smart choice of footprint for the eeprom. Will be fixed in the final version of course.

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hi nils,

why the eeprom 24c04 is flying? there is no enough space to include the dip version?

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why the eeprom 24c04 is flying? there is no enough space to include the dip version?

The odd little construction at the top is my special way of working with the not-quite-so-smart choice of footprint for the eeprom. Will be fixed in the final version of course.

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sorry, i was not sure if you would choose the smd eeprom or fit the pcb for the dip version.

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No worries ;-) Since the "program the EEPROM via the GM5" is probably not gonna happen soon, DIP is a better choice. Although you can in-circuit program the EEPROM with 4 wires, too ;-)

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Nils, could you publish some vector of holes and connector placement for people who plan to build a custom casing?

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Nils, could you publish some vector of holes and connector placement for people who plan to build a custom casing?

terrific idea. (next on queue after x0x)

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