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Hi.

I inform members of the start of a bulk order concerning a all-in-one PCB integrating DINx4/Doutx4 modules and a control surface with 16 encoders/16 LEDrings.

The list ends the November 23th 2012.

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You will find all the informations on the wikipage.

The thread of the design of the board is

If I made a mistake or if I forgot something, don't hesitate to say it here.

Best regards,

Jerome.

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Dear members, First, I excuse myself to all that I didn't answer individually more early but my life didn't let me lot of time to do so before.   I come back to you to indicate I've finished the de

One thing I would point out is to be careful with shipping.  I think everything came in my order however it was close to not being that way.  The top of the package was ripped open from the boards and

Hi. I inform members of the start of a bulk order concerning a all-in-one PCB integrating DINx4/Doutx4 modules and a control surface with 16 encoders/16 LEDrings. The list ends the November 23t

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+2 for me! Thx for your recent changes! :)

Edit - i just measured space above the synths, and four boards fit in, those will be necessary for the FS1R controller, if it is ever built ;-).

Again, many thanks for your work. Will take 4 boards, then :)

Many greets,

Peter

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Yes, as far as I understood +5% PayPal fees, which is normal.

It is also what I understood also.

Other people take 6% or more in their bulk order.

A little count:

Paypal fees:

3,4% + €0,25 EUR European Union

3,9% + $0,30 USD US

3,9% + £0,20 GBP UK

3,8% + 2,80 NOK Norway

3,4% + 3,25 SEK Sweden

5,2% + $0,30 AUD Australia

5,2% + R$0,40 BRL Brazil

4,7% + 1,35 PLN Poland

14€ x 3.4% = 0,476€

0,476€ + 0.25€ = 0,726€

In percent: 0,726/14 = 5,19%

Regards,

Jerome.

Other people take 6% or more in their bulk order.

...I understand why now (I need to stop "head calculation").

Regards,

Jerome.

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Tim has the source files.

I think it is interesting to Tim in terms of time and energy spent only if a minimum of people show interest by this PCB.

Regards

Jerome.

Thats why I am in your bulk order.

I need one for my MB controller

( I also think that to have a premade encoders and led surface may be useful for future projects so I hope that Tim will be interested )

Regards

Antix

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I advertised this slightly over at Mutable Instruments. With some luck there will be more people who are brave enough to also tackle the more DIY/Programming approach of MIDIbox :thumbsup: Also, it could give us cheaper boards (I always have ulterior motives and plans within plans within plans). That big, wrinkled space emperor dude got nothing on me :devil:

First GM5:s, then they'll emerge better and more confident...

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thought I could stay away from MIDIbox but there's no way I can pass this project up! I got here from Jojjelito's post on the mutable instruments forum

putting myself down for 4 boards, hopefully I will get them built and booted up some day :)

if I continue to not buy a b-control (so uggo and junky) that will help motivate me though I'm sure!

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Wondering if these boards could be used for pots with different multi/demultiplexors? Also hoping to bring down the pcb price with excessive orders!

No, these boards are made for (endless) rotary encoders. Analog pots require different boards (and different software).

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Really great design! Finally a simple & newbie-friendly solution which will be useful for many projects! :)

I will definitely support it in the upcoming MIDIbox NG, and also in MIDIbox CV V2

While writing this I noticed that I actually need three PCBs - one for MBCV2, and two others for MBNG because 16 encoders won't be enough for my usecase - I added myself to the list and of course I will pay for the PCBs! :)

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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