m0rphman's GBZ [finished]

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Re: m0rphman's GBZ [finished]

Post by m0rphman » Wed Aug 10, 2016 2:49 am

alien0matic wrote:Hallo aus dem Ruhrgebiet ;)

I would suggest adding graceful shutdown for this great build.
Thanks for the suggestion.
I'll take a look at @Camble 's guide :)

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Re: m0rphman's GBZ [finished]

Post by Camble » Wed Aug 10, 2016 3:02 am

@m0rphman I also have PCBs in the works for graceful shutdown if you're interested. :)

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Re: m0rphman's GBZ [finished]

Post by KaiKona808 » Wed Aug 10, 2016 7:58 am

Wow. This is very clean. I have not started my build yet (have some parts on order) as I have been taking my time reading, learning, and taking a look at different builds to see what path I want to take. This is definitely a build I will borrow from.

Thanks for sharing!

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Re: m0rphman's GBZ [finished]

Post by m0rphman » Wed Aug 10, 2016 10:29 am

@Camble
Well that sounds highly interesting :) Let me know when they are finished/ready to ship!

@KaiKona808
I'm glad to provide some inspiration to you. Planning is definitely a very important part when putting something like this together. Although it's not as much fun as the actual soldering/dremeling/gluing it pays off in the end to have at least a basic idea of where you want to put each component.

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