Would be willing to donate PCB assembly work on v2 board

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RogueBotix

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Nov 25, 2017, 11:14:53 AM11/25/17
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Hi,

not sure where to post this, 
I have a Quad IVc pick and place, and a table top wave soldering machine. I would be willing to assemble the v2 boards for free until they get off the ground.


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Arthur Wolf

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Feb 10, 2018, 3:56:06 PM2/10/18
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Hey.

We'd love help prototyping/testing these if you are open to it.

Thanks a lot for offering to help btw.

Cheers.

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Tristan Lund

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Feb 10, 2018, 4:54:54 PM2/10/18
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Hi, when you say prototyping do you mean assembly, or do you mean design work?
 
Thanks


10.02.2018, 23:56, "Arthur Wolf" <wolf....@gmail.com>:

Arthur Wolf

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Feb 11, 2018, 1:02:26 PM2/11/18
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We need help with both prototype design and prototype assembly, any is very welcome.

Tristan Lund

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Feb 12, 2018, 12:09:15 AM2/12/18
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As far as design goes I already have a lot on my plate both at work, and at home. What sort of assembly volume would we be talking about? I don't know if it would fit into this community, but I am working on a new breed of 3d printer controller that instead of a micro talking to the GUI computer or an sd card. I am writing an Real-Time computing controller that runs as a process in the background of windows. talking to the Printer GUI with a virtual serial. This RT-controller runs MEI cards which go to a digital break out as well as motor amp cards for the steppers, which also take linear hall effect sensors, giving lightening speed and precision.


11.02.2018, 21:02, "Arthur Wolf" <wolf....@gmail.com>:
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