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Re: Rednecks 3D printed ICP project
« Reply #120 on: December 10, 2016, 04:02:59 PM »
Hey Redneck any updates?  I also am interested and wondered how much and what the lead time would be if your able to make another one?

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Re: Rednecks 3D printed ICP project
« Reply #121 on: December 11, 2016, 04:08:29 AM »
Hey Redneck any updates?  I also am interested and wondered how much and what the lead time would be if your able to make another one?

I have come to the point where to the concept of the ICP is almost fully developed, but there is always room for improvement. No improvements for the looks but for the construction and mainly the PCB. Most parts are SMD and are being pre assembled, i converted a few parts to SMD that are trough hole. This cuts down production time for me.

Currently i am building the last PCB of the last batch and this piece is already been sold to someone. I will order a new batch of PCB end december begin january. Then i have to build at least 2 units wich have been sold. So if you ask for a lead time i would say somewhere in march.

So will continue to produce them.

The price of a ICP unit is 325$ (USD) ex  shipping ex vat.

The package inculdes.

- All 3d printed parts
- Laser engraved faceplate/buttons
- Arduin micro(preprorammed, dx device)
- 1m/3feet USB cable
- 4 working thumbwheels
- working(non real) DCS switch
- Completely build ready to use out of the box

http://i1258.photobucket.com/albums/ii535/Redneck87th/IMG-20161126-WA0007_zpsvhekkdmw.jpeg
Rednecks 3D printed ICP project


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Rednecks 3D printed ICP project


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Rednecks 3D printed ICP project


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Re: Rednecks 3D printed ICP project
« Reply #122 on: December 12, 2016, 12:59:34 AM »
Awesome.  I'm patient.  Put me down for one.   Let me know if you need a down payment to get it started or all the money up front.  :clap:

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Re: Rednecks 3D printed ICP project
« Reply #123 on: January 12, 2017, 05:47:12 AM »
I have the ICP PCB from Vipercore ...
Is it possible to connect the Arduino micro to the Vipercore's PCB ???

The Vipercore PCB matrix connections are shown in the "ICP pcb manual v1.0", so if the row/column assignment of the Arduino micro is shown, the connection cable is easy to make  :whistle:

In that case I would love to buy a programmed Arduino micro!  Please send email or PM.

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Re: Rednecks 3D printed ICP project
« Reply #124 on: January 12, 2017, 06:16:18 AM »
Awesome work - that's a real bargain...
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Re: Rednecks 3D printed ICP project
« Reply #125 on: January 12, 2017, 08:39:51 AM »
I have the ICP PCB from Vipercore ...
Is it possible to connect the Arduino micro to the Vipercore's PCB ???

The Vipercore PCB matrix connections are shown in the "ICP pcb manual v1.0", so if the row/column assignment of the Arduino micro is shown, the connection cable is easy to make  :whistle:

In that case I would love to buy a programmed Arduino micro!  Please send email or PM.
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