Flashy Clock - Yet another DEV board

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PaulJ wrote: Fri Sep 13, 2019 5:24 pm
exxos wrote: Fri Sep 13, 2019 3:40 pm Maybe Icky can do a ST case revision which is 15" high :D :D
Well its not like he doesn't have a 3d printer large enough. He could print a house to put the 15" high ST in!!
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Why stop there may as well print a castle

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Got distracted with many other projects and have now swung back round to the v3. Have got all the parts to build up three boards so will do so over the coming days.

We need to add in the firmware to select the ROM bank to boot from. This way it can all be done via software, no more jumpers to select the ROM bank.

With these new boards we start more testing.
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:excited: :excited: :excited:

Going to go good with the H4!
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Sunday morning prepping for building 3x Flashy Clock v3 boards. I just noticed in the photo one of the resistors is trying to escape.

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Icky wrote: Sun Oct 06, 2019 10:43 am Sunday morning prepping for building 3x Flashy Clock v3 boards.
:cheer: :cheer: :cheer:

Icky wrote: Sun Oct 06, 2019 10:43 am I just noticed in the photo one of the resistors is trying to escape.
They do that.. gotta watch um.. little blighters...
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It wouldn't be a Sunday without a dev board build.
If it ain't broke, test it to Destruction.
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Ready for the reflow oven.

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:excited: :excited: :excited:
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exxos wrote: Sun Oct 06, 2019 5:14 pm :excited: :excited: :excited:
:excited: :excited: :excited:
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I still need to catch up on this, but likely be a couple more weeks before I can get back to this :(

Though this shows the "stack" with the alt-ram board plugged in. Won't exactly be like this, but gives the idea. The CPU will plug on top of the stack.

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I have also noticed that someone didn't center the 4 pin header on the flashy pcb ;)
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