[time-nuts] TAPR Oncore M12+ kit

Philip Gladstone pjsg-timenuts at nospam.gladstonefamily.net
Fri Apr 28 10:48:37 EDT 2017

I was hoping that someone would design some end plates from PCBs -- it 
just needs the PCB design and then the production is easy. I've built 
cases before with PCBs as the front and rear panels -- they look nice.

I'm in for a group buy....


On 28/04/2017 08:19, Stan wrote:
> I would be interested in participating in a group buy for the end plates. I will need two of them.
> Regards,
> Stan
> Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2017 09:56:55 +0100
> From: Steve - Home <steve-krull at cox.net>
> To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement
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> All,
> To add to the excellent information Art has provided - I spoke with Candice Rincon at Phoenix Mecano and just received a quote from her for the end plates. There is a $100 minimum order policy at P-M, shipping and taxes additional. The end plates with gaskets and screws are $7.25 each so we'll need to order 14 end plates to meet the minimum; that's enough to do 7 enclosures. The plates are cast aluminum and are blank so you would need to drill your own holes per the diagrams Art provided.
> I don't know how many GPS kits were sold but if there's enough interest maybe we can do a group order.
> Steve
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