I was sent 50+ PCBs for this project. I plan to hand them out at conventions, but I thought I'd open requests to the internet too.
this is something i would love to have a look at.
i would be happy to pay any shipping charges + whatever to get em to australia.
this is interesting, im interested, how much to get it shipped to maryland? (USA)
I'm definitely interested. I'd gladly pay shipping plus whatever as well.
If you have one left for me, I am interested as wel! I hope to here from you!
I too am interested in one. Just let me know the details on what is needed for shipping to texas.
I mailed out a bunch of these today, and I'm still waiting for a few people to send me their address.
Most of them are going to the US, which is a pretty expensive destination from the EU. The actual cost per unit is something like $1.56 [â‚¬0.95 (stamp) + â‚¬0.11 (envelope)= â‚¬1.06 = $1.50USD, plus a Paypal fee (3-4%)].
If you're requesting from the US or another country with widespread PayPal availability, please send $2.00 to cover the postage. I'll send instructions when I ask for your mailing address, I'm ian at this domain. If you're in the EU, especially Benelux, then postage is cheaper and I can still send them for free. Don't worry about it if Paypal isn't available in your country.
If you haven't gotten my request for an address, please check your spam folder or post again in this thread.
I'm in michigan but I don't have pay pal. Still I'm interested.
@pkt - I'm giving away free PCBs (http://http://dangerousprototypes.com/category/free-prototype-pcb-sunday/) from my blog every Sunday. I just gave away three of these on the Free PCB Sunday post this week, I'll be giving away some other PCBs over the next two weeks, but you can probably get one with free shipping on the Sunday after that.
Okay thanks. If I can get some way to pay with paypal by next Sunday I'll be sure to make mention of it.
HI, I would like to get some of these my self and would be willing to pay. Have PayPal Thanks Walter
I received a small brown envelope in the mail today,
the envelope was ripped and the board fell out when I picked it up.
the board looks undamaged.
I will be documenting the build as it progresses
I've all ready got the Microchip PIC 18F2550 as a free sample from http://sample.microchip.com (http://http://sample.microchip.com)
and a velleman pic programmer
I'm set to go
Hi! Are there any of these left? :)
Something like this is on my short list of projects, if you've still got some of these I would love to have one. I'm in the US (California) and have paypal. Thanks.
Hey followed up your project on youtube and well found myself here :D some nice stuff as i can see so i may be sticking around
Right down to business... i hope there are some of these PCB's Left as i was guna get one made but yet behold my luck i find this thread :D
will pay postage ( UK )
I just got my board today, Thanks Ian!
It was attached to the inside of a regular envelope with masking tape; there were definite impressions in the envelope where it was (automated letter sorting, etc), but the envelope held up well :)
The tape seems to really help, before a lot of boards were tearing envelopes and falling out. I think the electronic sorting machine was squeezing them straight out of the letters. Thanks for the update.
Mine arrived this weekend, many thanks for that, Ian!
I'm only expecting the delivery of some 20MHz quartz crystals to start building this project.
On a side note, does anybody have the C source files for the firmware, in the DIY archive I can only find the compiled HEX file?