[Arm-netbook] microdesktop casework as DXF files for laser-cutting
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at lkcl.net
Mon Mar 20 05:56:24 GMT 2017
hi i'd like to introduce mark, one of the fosdem staffers, who runs a
company http://lusis.eu and he has offered to do the micro-desktop
casework. however first thing that's needed is: GPLv3-licensed DXF
now, these need to be done as 3mm stacks, so that will be something
like 7 separate DXF files. i _could_ do it but i'd like to give
people the opportunity to be part of this project, first.
we're gonna have to do the DXF files from PDFs (datasheets, PCB
layout) and from looking at the photos of the prototype that was
arranged by crowdsupply 2 years ago.
http://hands.com/~lkcl/eoma/microdesktop - look for the 1.7 pcb pdf if
you'd like to help.
also apologies, being in china, the internet speed here is so f*****d
i simply can't keep up with messages. i've seen the logo discussion,
i'll be able to review it when i'm back in taiwan some time around the
if you are going to reply and would like to help with the DXF drawings
PLEASE BE BRIEF and STAY ON-TOPIC under this subject-line. i know we
generally don't do that here on arm-netbooks but in this case it's
really important.... at least for the next 10 days.
crowd-funded eco-conscious hardware: https://www.crowdsupply.com/eoma68
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