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(3)Hi Robert, I (hopefully) have connected to you directly. To everyone else: yes, I still have a few of these kits available. Martin E.
(7)Resistance is high on the PETG guide, but measurable (see picture). Probably about right for anti-static. I printed at 260 degrees C to achieve this value.
(3)Once I verify my hack of a crimp die, I'll put the Gerbers up on GitHub. It costs around $10 USD to have three made at OSH Park, which is sufficient for pin
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(18)Hi Martin, I hardly hear the fan over the noise of the Teletype. But to your point, that makes sense. People did care and want quiet computers. The Apple II
(12)YEA! My mini front panel arrived today. Apparently the first one was lost in the mail. Don was also gracious enough to also send one of his S100 breakout
(16)OK, it looks like I cannot upload a file directly. Here it is as an attachment. smp
(6)Thanks Eric, that helps a lot. Interesting that in the the pictures there appears to be quite a loop, that didn;t make any sense to me. len
(26)Making slow progress on this myself. The Company who are fabricating them have a large amount of work on just now, and my piece is being done on the side as a
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