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Tommy Rev0 update

Friday, June 21st, 2013

Parker Dillmann of Longhorn Engineer posted an update on his project Rev0 of Tommy we covered previously: The parts for REV 0 of Tommy arrived from Mouser today. Just finished soldering the Propeller portion and it worked first try. I also updated the page for Tommy.

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Tommy Rev0 is complete!

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Parker Dillmann of Longhorn Engineer reports he’s just finished the Rev0 of the Tommy Pinball System: Just finished Rev0 of the Tommy Pinball System. I will be uploading the Eagle files after I can confirm the board works. It is a 4-Layer board so I will be using Seeedstudios new...

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Open pinball project

Monday, December 31st, 2012

The Open Pinball Project is a cooperative effort to develop open source pinball hardware and software. Their stated goal is to "to build the perfect pinball machine, or at least a pinball machine for a reasonable price!" To date they've worked at restoring a number of old machines, learning valuable...

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Recent Comments

  • KH: Really? They are digital inputs driven by an MCU. The MCU GPIO probably has diode clamps and ESD protection. Have you experienced such failures? Please...
  • KH: Neither. Google "Marco Schweighauser’s 8-bit virtual Javascript CPU" and see the first result. Sounds more like a very limited feature toy CPU.
  • Alan: "8-bit x86 like CPU" - isn't that an 8080, or Z80?
  • Geoff: Is it still Sunday somewhere? If so, yes please.
  • hli: Sunday++