Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby ducksauz » Mon Nov 12, 2012 12:27 am

I agree, this box has been moving along nicely. I'm up after maketronix and have a bunch of goodies to add.
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby systemstech » Mon Nov 12, 2012 10:40 am

Still growing.

12. rledyard
13. maketronix
14. ducksauz
15. cstack89
16. drjeseuss
17. Sal_The_Tiller
18. binaryguy
19. SimplicityGuy
20. pib
21. voidxar
22. heathkid
23. systemstech

My suggestion to all members with low post count, post a lot at least once or twice a day. I have seen members with 13 post deleted by the spam filters. Spread your knowledge and help your fellow forum member out. I put myself on the bottom of the list because I'm starting to grow my collection of DP pcb's and have the need to spread the joy.
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby maketronix » Mon Nov 12, 2012 5:43 pm

Has anybody put any thought into what happens when we reach the end of the list / define an end number? I was thinking it would be cool to send it on a second pass - that way the guys at the front of the list get an opportunity to score some of the items added by the guys near the bottom. Just an idea.... I've done a few of these types of things in other types of forums with wonderful results, and always had fun. Glad to see it happening here :)
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby sqkybeaver » Tue Nov 13, 2012 8:50 am

maketronix wrote:Has anybody put any thought into what happens when we reach the end of the list / define an end number? I was thinking it would be cool to send it on a second pass - that way the guys at the front of the list get an opportunity to score some of the items added by the guys near the bottom. Just an idea.... I've done a few of these types of things in other types of forums with wonderful results, and always had fun. Glad to see it happening here :)


we can start over!

i have new stuff since putting my stuff in.
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby systemstech » Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:26 am

Still growing.

12. rledyard
13. maketronix
14. ducksauz
15. cstack89
16. drjeseuss
17. Sal_The_Tiller
18. binaryguy
19. SimplicityGuy
20. pib
21. voidxar
22. heathkid
23. systemstech
24. sqkybeaver
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby buzzdavidson » Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:59 am

Me too! I'm up for another round!
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby systemstech » Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:22 am

Still growing.

12. rledyard
13. maketronix
14. ducksauz
15. cstack89
16. drjeseuss
17. Sal_The_Tiller
18. binaryguy
19. SimplicityGuy
20. pib
21. voidxar
22. heathkid
23. systemstech
24. sqkybeaver
25. buzzdavidson
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby systemstech » Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:28 am

touch

touch wrote:Blodgar messaged me and I told him its best to just skip over me for now... I'm quite busy with work and am away from home ATM.


Are we ready yet. :) We're getting ready to do a second go round so since we skipped you, if your ready I'll place you in at #23 and move us all down one.
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby touch » Tue Nov 13, 2012 1:28 pm

Yes, go ahead and do it, thanks!
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby systemstech » Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:28 pm

Still growing.

12. rledyard
13. maketronix
14. ducksauz
15. cstack89
16. drjeseuss
17. Sal_The_Tiller
18. binaryguy
19. SimplicityGuy
20. pib
21. voidxar
22. heathkid
23. touch
24. systemstech
25. sqkybeaver
26. buzzdavidson
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby rledyard » Thu Nov 15, 2012 10:43 pm

I put the box in the mail to maketronix today.

Removed:
[img]http://dangerousprototypes.com/forum/download/file.php?id=9111[/img]

Sarduino PCB
TSSOP Breakout PCB
Makerbot LED PCB
Touchpad PIC PCB
PIC24/32 PCB
LED Bulb 12v
Large LCD with buttons
smaller LCD with buttons
USB connectors
A few each of the following components:
1N4152
TL431A
78L05
TCE2022
4k7 SMT
1k SMT
0.1u SMT
1N4003
red/grn LED SMT
plastic standoffs
5mm red/grn LED
filter beads SMT
1A 40v schottky SMT
mini ferrites

Put in:
[img]http://dangerousprototypes.com/forum/download/file.php?id=9112[/img]
10 - PIC 16F59 DIP
2 - Bus Pirate PCB's
2 - 20 pin DIP BOB's
2 - MSP430F437
2 - MSP430F412
4 - 1 line LCD's
4 - large slide switches
some RCA sockets
5 small syringes of heatsink compound
50 SMT switches
6 - 12v relays
12 - 1000uF 25v elec cap
5 - 330uF 12v elec cap
10 - 0.33 mylar cap
10 - 100uF 25v elec cap
5 - slide pots
old pcb with display and soft buttons
spare ESD bags
box of wires for solderless breadboard
10 - 1.8ohm 2w resistors

(haven't figured out how to put my pics inline in the post like the others have done it. The first pic is the put in stuff, second is the taken out stuff)
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby mrazekkarel » Fri Nov 16, 2012 1:20 am

I see at least one of the PIC 24/32 boards has been taken so I'm attaching documentation for it. The documentation isn't 100% complete but it is pretty good. If you have any questions please feel free to ask. Also, the website is the documentation isn't up yet so please ignore it for now.

The board works as is with a PIC24FJ32GB004 or PIC64FJ64GB004, and will work with a PIC32MX250F128D with a couple minor modicifations (jumpers). All will work with a USB bootloader.

Here is the schematic:
SBL_Brain_2012.png
Schematic


Here is a user guide for the PIC24F (mostly accurate for the PIC32 as well)
SBL_BRAIN_2012_Ref_Manual.pdf
Board Manual
(788.38 KiB) Downloaded 138 times


If you have any issue please let me know and I will try and help resolve them.
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby drjeseuss » Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:00 pm

My spot is getting closer. This is my first time trying this. It'll be interesting to see what's in the box. When I first jumped in I was afraid the box would be pillaged and full of junk by the time it got to me but I'm impressed by all the great stuff finding it's way into this box, and at a fast pace too!
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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby maketronix » Sat Nov 17, 2012 9:21 pm

The box made it to me today, safe and sound. I've already begun the process of digging through the goodies - it's like my birthday! Lots of really awesome stuff, very little that somebody won't find a use for. I'll snap some pics of what I'm taking / adding, and will it get it back out in the mail soon!

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Re: Big Box Of Parts U.S.A. Only

Postby maketronix » Sat Nov 17, 2012 11:14 pm

My pics didnt turn out great (bad lighting) but here's a list of what has been added and removed. I didn't have the heart to toss anything, but the box is super stuffed - im actually going to RE-pack it, and see if i can get things any tighter (the box is bulging!)

On a side note - if anybody attempts to build a project with the MAX9722's in here, I wanna see your soldering technique! Heck, I want to see your 'remove the device from packaging without losing it' technique :) Itty bitty stuff!

What I added

3x – DC powered industrial lamp displays (like two-digit 7 segment display on steroids)
6x – YSI 440007 Precision Thermistors
2x – PIC18F4550 Microcontrollers
3x – PIC16LF84A Microcontrollers
2x – 16 Button Keypads
2x – Globalsat TTL GPS Units and one antenna (These output NMEA, and have the SIRF chipset. PM me for a datasheet)
4x – Novatronicx 17M30B2FA 5-wire stepper motors (can somebody say DIY cnc project?)
1lb roll of solder
8x– 12x18cm perfboards
18x bare copper clad boards (I really like these, they're super heavy duty. Found them buried under some stuff @ Mendlesons a few years back)


What I removed

6 DC Relays
1 bag nylon standoffs
1 single line LCD
1 roll 3M conductive adhesive tape
1 bag of 1n4003 diodes
3 single digit nixie tubes
2 heatsink compound syringes
1n5819 diodes
78l05 regulators
1 mini adhesive breadboard
2x tl431a
SMT LEDs
a few other misc assorted SMT parts
a couple of unpopulated PCB’s
- FTDI Basic bare PCB
- Bus Pirate 4.0c bare PCB
- Schmartboard pare PCB
- Seeduino bare PCB
- 1” square atmega breakout board bare PCB
Small 2 transistor heatsink
1 assembled breadboard rgb lcd board with attiny85 on it


I only wish the flat rate boxes were bigger, lots more goodies I wish I could have added, but there's just no room. :)
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