Workshop Update for July 24th, 2012

Posted on Tuesday, July 24th, 2012 in Workshop Update by DP

We ordered a new batch of stickers for the Singapore Maker Faire.

An order of Sick of Beige cases came from Seeed today, so we started preparing for the casing workshop video early.

We continued the case designs for the Bus Blaster v3, and the Part Ninja. The Bus Blaster case is complete, while with the Part Ninja we hit a few snags as much of the PCB needs to be exposed to provide easy access.

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4 Responses to “Workshop Update for July 24th, 2012”

  1. bluehash says:

    Hi DP.. where do you get your stickers from? Do they have an online shop?

    • Ian says:

      I just use a local printer, especially for stuff like this because I never do it until the week before.

      I would like to get a roll or die cut stickers made though, wherever it’s cheap enough.

  2. oakkar7 says:

    How about Open Workbench Logic Sniffer?
    It should be redesigned with standard case.

    • dsm says:

      Just redesigning the OBLS board to fit one of the new SoB cases may not be the best approach since the underlying OBLS electrical design has a number of fundamental defects that need attention.
      Look for a redesign proposal in the OBLS forum in a couple weeks.

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