Categories

Posts Tagged ‘mail’

Getting back to you today!

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Sorry for the delay, there are 300 read-but-not-replied emails that came in during the Shenzhen trip last. Today is all about getting that backlog cleared, at least until FedEx drops off the next batch of toys - then it's video time!

Tags: ,
Posted in #liveupdates | 1 Comment »

Letters: Drag-soldering small pitch TQFP packages is easy

Friday, March 30th, 2012

Don writesL Firstly , let me thank you again for my free coupon . My item which I ordered with the coupon arrived today. You sent me a follow up mail saying to send a picture of my finished board to get a replacement free coupon. Thats not too easy...

Tags: , ,
Posted in mail | 9 Comments »

How to: Mail PCBs the cheap way

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

Over the past two years we've mailed close to 1000 free PCBs all over the world.  We find that a sturdy envelope and a stamp is the cheapest, and somewhat successful, way to mail PCBs. A new wiki page shows the tricks we use to mail PCBs. The how-to is...

Tags: , ,
Posted in Free PCBs, how-to, kit biz, PCBs | 7 Comments »

Bus Pirate v4, IR Toy update, 3EEPROM PCBs

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

A big box of PCBs arrived from Seeed's Fusion board service today. Here are a few of the boards that have been mentioned on the blog or in the forum: An updated 3EEPROM explorer board USB Infrared Toy manufacturing update Bus Pirate v4 prototype for developers Most of these boards...

Tags: , , , , , ,
Posted in Development, PCBs | 2 Comments »

Recent Comments

  • Blars: Any lead-acid has to high of self-discharge for any multi-year application without charging. LiFePO4 prismatic cells are nice and have a flat discharge. Would a...
  • Bob: Jambalaya rocks.
  • KH: I should point out something... well, lead acid car batteries are designed to be well-charged all the time. The plates (which are patterned and thin)...
  • David Haile: You are a smart person and absolutely correct. That kind of current needs a lead acid car battery behind it. Still, it does have its...
  • KH: The solution discussed in the linked article is wrong. It's a largish Lipo (2500mAh) and he thinks 77uA is acceptable... ha ha ha ha ha....