[Arm-netbook] eoma-68 micro engineering boards: anyone need one?
davin.gibb at gmail.com
Wed Jun 19 00:52:20 BST 2013
Hi Christopher, I'm embarrassed to ask this question, but are you talking about a fully working A20 EOMA card? Or is this A10? Is this design different from Luke's EOMA A10 CPU card?
On 19/06/2013, at 9:23 AM, Christopher Thomas <christopher at firemothindustries.com> wrote:
> Last Chance. I will be placing the order for 19 PCB's, and 19 Sets of Components that come together to create 19 fully working/assembled EOMA-68 Micro Engineering Boards, at 8PM/2000 CST (that's 0200 GMT Wednesday).
> Prices are $28,85 For each Complete MEB.
> Shipping outside the US is a Flat Rate of $8.88 for First Clast Postage (Delivery time is dependent on your local couriers), $23 for Priority Internationally (6-10 days), or $80 for Express (3-5) Days. To those living in the UK, I will be sending a Bulk shipment to Philip Hands and splitting the costs of that shipment between each recipient. To those who have paid for shipping and live in the UK, I will refund the difference that will not be applied to the Group Buy/Shipment.
> To all US Customers, shipping will be a flat rate of $5.80 for standard ground.
> Payments can be made via Paypal to service at firemothindustries.com, if you do not have a Paypal Account, but would still like to pay via Credit Card, I can send you an invoice and you can pay it that way.
> If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know ASAP.
> Thank you, and have a great evening (or morning depending on the timezone)!
> Christopher Thomas
> Firemoth Industries, LLC - Owner
> christopher at firemothindustries.com
> On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 6:37 PM, luke.leighton <luke.leighton at gmail.com> wrote:
>> we need about 6 of the micro engineering boards for various projects,
>> and it's silly money even for small 4-layer PCBs @ 60mm x 50mm.
>> is there anyone else who'd like to get a PCB made in a group order;
>> the components are available from digikey and are easily solderable
>> (all through-hole no SMT).
>> one quote received is a bit mad: $200 setup fees and $22 for 20 PCBs,
>> $14 for 40, 15 day lead-time. anyone know of better than that i can
>> send you the gerber files.
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