Workshop Update for December 18th, 2012

Posted on Tuesday, December 18th, 2012 in Workshop Update by DP


Today we’re editing the video tour of Freak Labs with Akiba. Complete Sick of Beige case set is ready to go on sale and should be listed at Seeed shortly. Also complete and ready for sale is a DP6037 sized proto-board. It’s a classic 0.1″ pitch perforated board that is designed to fit our DP6037 sized SoB case.

As part of the documentation for the square sized SoB cases, today we worked on a rendering of the same.

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2 Responses to “Workshop Update for December 18th, 2012”

  1. Markus Gritsch says:

    On this weeks “New Products” post from Seeed Studio they just had a new Bus Blaster Acrylic Case. Seems it will take another while until they have other sizes as well in stock…

    • Ian says:

      The cases are in stock, and the sales page is arranged. I think maybe they are struggling with how to put all the sizes in the store without a big chunk of cases in the Dangerous Prototype category. I asked for a drop-down with sizes to choose from, but it is not possible. I asked for a sub-folder as an alternative, but it isn’t clear if they are doing that or not.

      If you tell me the size you need I’ll see if I can get if for you now.

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