Looking for an HT8950
2014-03-09 05:45:11 GMT
My ride to VHS tonight fell through; wondering if anyone is passing through naniamo/hastings enroute and has room for one more?
Same here, I'd be interested in a PCB layout & etching workshop (or perhaps that would be two workshops, in either case I'm interested in both).
On Sat, Mar 8, 2014 at 10:00 AM, Sean Patrick Hagen <sean.hagen-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Would it be possible for someone who knows how to do board etching to do a few classes on how to do it? I'd like to learn how to use a piece of common software to lay out boards, and how to etch them.
I'd happly pay a small fee for time and materials to get shown the ropes of board etching.
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I’m building a simple outdoor illuminated commercial sign which requires a permit from the city. I’m working with a sign maker who has 25 year of experience of building signs so he knows exactly what he’s doing. All materials for the illuminated sign will be purchased from a local known sign supplier. Also, we will be putting the sign through CSA tests for approval.
The sign maker who I’m working with is not a certified electrician. I just require a certified electrician to sign off on the permit application after the sign has been CSA approved.
The certified electrician should have a
1) FSR (AR) #
2) FSR Class Code
Can anyone connect me with an electrician with fair prices?
Please advise when you have a chance. Thanks in advance!
Hey folks, I work at an animation studio and these were being thrown away. I was going to attempt repair but I've got too many projects on the go.
They are both models 18SX, PL-800-02, Mfg In 2004. They are professional drawing tablets, very expensive when new and many are still in use at the studio today.
One apparently was having cable connection issues, the other supposedly has digitizer issues. I figure between the two of them you can make one functional monitor, or use them for some nefarious project.
I believe they will need power supplies, DC 18V 3A. No pens included but I believe those are cheap.
Anyone know if there is a Lee's Electronics type place in Bellingham? Googling is proving fruitless because of the overloaded nature of "electronics".... thanks Iain -- -- VanHackspace (VHS) general list: vhs-general@... http://vancouver.hackspace.ca/wp/mailing-lists/