[time-nuts] PICTIC II
EWKehren at aol.com
EWKehren at aol.com
Thu Jul 1 09:23:24 EDT 2010
Lets see what Richard says. I have just gone through that with my D/M which
is in its second test phase and I did ship boards oversees. May do that
In a message dated 7/1/2010 9:13:57 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
J.Bastemeijer at TUDelft.nl writes:
Dear Richard, and other Time-Nuts,
Congratulations! Looks like a very nice design!
One remark and one question:
* Remark: For those running a non-windows-OS, use Virtualbox (for exampe
the free version from Oracle). This works perfect and allows e.g. Linux
users to run windows applications, like ExpressPCB.
* Question: Is there someone in the US willing to organize a group-buy
of PCBs? When people from outside the US want to order ExpressPCB boards
they have to pay about the double prices and taxes will be added....
This would make 17USD board (3 for 51USD as metioned by Richard) cost
around 60 USD per board(!) (including shipping overseas, taxes and duties).
This project looks very nice for doing some experiments. I had a fun
time playing with the simple Pictic, looking forward to playing with the
Best regards, Jeroen
Richard H McCorkle wrote:
> The PICTIC WIKI page has been updated to include a PDF of the
> schematic and board layout as requested.
>> On 06/28/2010 01:46 AM, Stanley Reynolds wrote:
>>> both above as pdf
>> Looks like page 2 of the schematic isn't there. The analog interpolator
>> is there... if the overall schematic is anything like the PICTIC.
>> I was unable to open up the schematic, but I may have made a mistake...
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