Pluggy Reloaded

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RetroCode
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Re: Pluggy Reloaded

Post by RetroCode » 08 Jul 2020, 19:14

There's a lot to take in in this thread, but one question I immediately have. Are any of these still available, by any chance?

at67
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Re: Pluggy Reloaded

Post by at67 » 09 Jul 2020, 01:07

RetroCode wrote:
08 Jul 2020, 19:14
There's a lot to take in in this thread, but one question I immediately have. Are any of these still available, by any chance?
I'm fairly sure Norgate still has some stock available, hopefully he'll get in contact or see this thread soon.

jbailey
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Re: Pluggy Reloaded

Post by jbailey » 09 Jul 2020, 05:49

While he has sold kits on here before, he also posted the Gerber for people who are willing to make their own kits. This give you the option of ordering PCB's from PCBway.com, JLCPCB.com or other stable manufacture. None of the parts are hard to obtain and it's an easy kit to put together. Probably the hardest part is programming the micro controller (which is not bad at all).

norgate
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Re: Pluggy Reloaded

Post by norgate » 09 Jul 2020, 06:18

Hi RetroCode,

I do have plenty of stock left and would bei happy to sell. But of course you can also build the board yourself from the open sourced schematic.

I'll send you a PM in case you are interested in getting the kit.

Best Regards
Paul

RetroCode
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Re: Pluggy Reloaded

Post by RetroCode » 10 Jul 2020, 22:11

Thanks for the replies everyone! And thanks especially to @norgate :D

Serion
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Re: Pluggy Reloaded

Post by Serion » 20 Jul 2020, 18:01

norgate wrote:
09 Jul 2020, 06:18
Hi RetroCode,

I do have plenty of stock left and would bei happy to sell. But of course you can also build the board yourself from the open sourced schematic.

I'll send you a PM in case you are interested in getting the kit.

Best Regards
Paul
Hi norgate! I would love to order one as well!

I just got my gigatron put together the other week and my dying to try out some of the software that's been written by this talented group!

RetroCode
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Re: Pluggy Reloaded

Post by RetroCode » 20 Jul 2020, 18:26

I should add that mine did arrive over the weekend (thanks @norgate!), and I've started to assemble it, but want to get a couple of pin headers so I don't have to solder the SD adapter or Ardiuno unit directly to it before continuing. Might be a while before I can actually use it, but I am looking forward to getting it working.

norgate
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Re: Pluggy Reloaded

Post by norgate » 21 Jul 2020, 09:55

@Serion Thanks for your interest :) I sent you a PM regarding your order.

@RetroCode Awesome! the headers are definetly a nice addition. Be sure to let me know if you come across any problems.

Serion
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Re: Pluggy Reloaded

Post by Serion » 27 Jul 2020, 22:12

Huge, huge thanks to norgate! He truly has the patience of a saint to put up with all my questions! :) I was going to order a kit from him. However, since I'm in the States shipping is going to be crazy expensive.

So a couple questions for the group:
1) Does anyone in US have enough extra parts for a kit and would be willing to sell me a full kit?
2) Can anyone recommend a supplier in the US for the parts?

Thanks!

at67
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Re: Pluggy Reloaded

Post by at67 » 27 Jul 2020, 23:40


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