[time-nuts] X72 Heatsink

Jerry Hancock jerry at hanler.com
Tue Nov 21 01:36:46 EST 2017

Mark, I don’t know if I want to do 150 of these like the last time I signed-up for a project like this, but if someone wants their heatsink drilled and milled, send them to me with instructions for the cost of shipping back.

If you want to ship the entire case to me, I’ll drill and mill and tap them as needed and ship them to the users.  They look like they will fit in a small flat rate box.  I think the going rate is like $6 after PayPal fees.


> On Nov 20, 2017, at 6:39 PM, Mark Sims <holrum at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I stopped by a local electronics store today and came across a heatsink that is the perfect size for the X72.  To mount the X72 to it you would need to drill four holes in the corners and do a little Dremel work on the outer fins to get to the screw heads.   The store owner says he has a case of them in the warehouse and will dig them out.  I should know more this weekend.
> If it works out, I can include one with the X72 breakout boards for probably $7 in the US.  I need to see what it would add to the overseas shipping.  They weigh around 260 grams.<x72_hs.jpg>_______________________________________________
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