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Started by Joe Lavery, February 18, 2020, 01:47:59 am

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Joe Lavery

Following on from the very nice tutorial done by ame. I saw this very similar build by a guy on YouTube. It looks ideal for those with perhaps less skill, or possibly the time to build from scratch. He also sells a kit of parts that includes a circuit board. His video shows the whole build process.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fb_6pLyaG28&t=623s

Incidentally I don't know this person, or have any personal interest in his product.

Joe.
 
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ame

Cool! I found his stuff after I had built my prototype. I think he is going to make a kit for sale.

My design is intended to be completely DIY, and as simple as possible. A 3D printer and hand tools are all that are needed.

Joe Lavery

This is the link for the next video where he shows the kit build and costings.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BZD57Ts6O0
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