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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #150 on: Mon, 02 September 2013, 11:29:44 »
Any further progress on this? I hate to sound impatient and I know these things take time, but this is a seriously awesome project and I want one a lot.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #151 on: Mon, 16 September 2013, 17:39:14 »
Am i supposed to be working on something here?   :-[

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #152 on: Mon, 16 September 2013, 18:37:33 »
Finally a hint of update :P

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #153 on: Mon, 16 September 2013, 18:41:50 »
Am i supposed to be working on something here?   :-[


Finally a hint of update :P

Yes please!

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #154 on: Mon, 16 September 2013, 21:11:09 »
Ok, uhh...

Here's a stab at that 4x6 keypad I threw together.
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I'm not sure if komar007 is still working on the atmega32u2 based version, but I'm going to sum up what I think people were asking for...

- 4x6 w/option to remove 1 row to make a 4x5 pad
- Num lock / Fn LED (probably one of each or 3 LEDs or something nifty)
- SMT on back of board
- some mounting holes for standoffs for non-plate versions
- option for maximum 24 keys all 1unit...

- option for this layout:
... Something like this would work well.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #155 on: Mon, 16 September 2013, 21:17:58 »
Ok, uhh...

Here's a stab at that 4x6 keypad I threw together.
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I'm not sure if komar007 is still working on the atmega32u2 based version, but I'm going to sum up what I think people were asking for...

- 4x6 w/option to remove 1 row to make a 4x5 pad
- Num lock / Fn LED (probably one of each or 3 LEDs or something nifty)
- SMT on back of board
- some mounting holes for standoffs for non-plate versions
- option for maximum 24 keys all 1unit...

- option for this layout:
... Something like this would work well.
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You missed my PM :P
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #156 on: Mon, 16 September 2013, 21:29:19 »
Ok, uhh...

Here's a stab at that 4x6 keypad I threw together.
Show Image


I'm not sure if komar007 is still working on the atmega32u2 based version, but I'm going to sum up what I think people were asking for...

- 4x6 w/option to remove 1 row to make a 4x5 pad
- Num lock / Fn LED (probably one of each or 3 LEDs or something nifty)
- SMT on back of board
- some mounting holes for standoffs for non-plate versions
- option for maximum 24 keys all 1unit...

- option for this layout:
... Something like this would work well.
Show Image



Did I miss anything?



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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #157 on: Mon, 16 September 2013, 21:57:41 »
Not enough layouts supported yet :P
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #158 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 02:17:23 »
Ok, uhh...

Here's a stab at that 4x6 keypad I threw together.
Show Image


I'm not sure if komar007 is still working on the atmega32u2 based version, but I'm going to sum up what I think people were asking for...

- 4x6 w/option to remove 1 row to make a 4x5 pad
- Num lock / Fn LED (probably one of each or 3 LEDs or something nifty)
- SMT on back of board
- some mounting holes for standoffs for non-plate versions
- option for maximum 24 keys all 1unit...

- option for this layout:
... Something like this would work well.
Show Image



Did I miss anything?
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #159 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 16:11:04 »
So many holes, I think parts of the PCB will fall off by themselves...


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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #160 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 16:24:41 »
Would the PCB be strong enough with the switch holes and marking to be able to breakoff one row from the bottom?

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #161 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 17:55:26 »
Would the PCB be strong enough with the switch holes and marking to be able to breakoff one row from the bottom?

I guess I'll have to get one made and try it out :D


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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #162 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 17:57:03 »
Would the PCB be strong enough with the switch holes and marking to be able to breakoff one row from the bottom?

I guess I'll have to get one made and try it out :D

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #163 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 18:41:15 »
I am going to get a batch of 10 of regack's PCBs made. If anyone is interested in getting one, please let me know.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #164 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 18:42:10 »
I am going to get a batch of 10 of regack's PCBs made. If anyone is interested in getting one, please let me know.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #165 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 19:03:12 »
I am going to get a batch of 10 of regack's PCBs made. If anyone is interested in getting one, please let me know.
Might be interested..

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #166 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 19:04:26 »
Well I just ordered 10 of them and they were $6 each shipped.  :thumb:
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #167 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 19:07:33 »
Well I just ordered 10 of them and they were $6 each shipped.  :thumb:

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #168 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 22:35:30 »
Incredibly excited to see some progress being made on this. If any testing or similar help is needed I'm up for it.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #169 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 22:44:12 »
Okay, so I got an acrylic case drawn up.

The top and bottom plates are 1/16" and the middle is 1/4". I'm thinking the case will be secured by screw posts like these but I'm not sure on that yet.

Other option would be to thread the screws directly into the middle layer.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #170 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 22:50:23 »
Will there be a 2x zero layout option?

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #171 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 22:54:35 »
Will there be a 2x zero layout option?

There will be.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #172 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 22:58:29 »
Will there be a 2x zero layout option?

There will be.

Yes, regack has designed a PCB that will support pretty much every numberpad layout you could hope for. However the ones I had printed are the basic design that will just support this key layout.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #173 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 23:05:33 »
Ok, cool.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #174 on: Tue, 17 September 2013, 23:08:40 »
Ok, cool.

If you are interested in one, just let me know. I think there is 1 of 10 unreserved PCBs left.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #175 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 00:09:15 »
Any ideas on how much a case would cost to get made? Any plans for a small GB?

Ok, cool.

If you are interested in one, just let me know. I think there is 1 of 10 unreserved PCBs left.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #176 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 00:19:33 »
Any ideas on how much a case would cost to get made? Any plans for a small GB?

Ok, cool.

If you are interested in one, just let me know. I think there is 1 of 10 unreserved PCBs left.
Remember to save one for me! :D

I'll have  quote in few hours for a layered case.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #177 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 09:04:05 »
I'll have  quote in few hours for a layered case.

Awesome, thanks MOZ!
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #178 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 10:07:06 »
I'll have  quote in few hours for a layered case.

Awesome, thanks MOZ!

$11 for upto 4, $8 thereafter. Remember, I still have to add cost of bolts and nuts, PayPal and shipping fees, along with compensation for my time, total comes out to be $20 for less than 4 and $17.5 for more than that.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #179 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 10:08:36 »
So can we get one of these PCB's? And how much?

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #180 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 10:48:31 »
So can we get one of these PCB's? And how much?

Yes. I ordered 10 PCBs which cost me $6 each. The only additional  cost will be shipping from you to me. Here are the people that have one of the first 10.
Myself
CPTBadAss
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If you did not get  one, I apologize. I'm sure we can organize a mini GB or something for the PCBs and cases if there is enough demand. 
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #181 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:00:53 »
What the what? I missed this?


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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #182 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:03:02 »
I'll have  quote in few hours for a layered case.

Awesome, thanks MOZ!

$11 for upto 4, $8 thereafter. Remember, I still have to add cost of bolts and nuts, PayPal and shipping fees, along with compensation for my time, total comes out to be $20 for less than 4 and $17.5 for more than that.
Sounds great, so any plans for  starting up a mini gb? I'd love to take advantage of that wholesale price
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #183 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:04:14 »
I would suggest first getting the protoypes tested well and then going for the GB.

I would be more than happy to help and supply acrylic cases and anything else I can.

One thing to note however is, we should not sway completely away from the original idea of "extending" the GH60, so we don't need a new controller, extra USB, etc. And the GH60 and the GHpad can both be integrated in one case.

It goes without saying that if Regack can do some magic, and make it so that one PCB can perform both tasks, then that would be amazing. Maybe use a dipswitcch or jumpers.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #184 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:05:27 »
I'd be interested in a setting that would allow you to rotate the pad 90' to the right and use it as a gaming pad. I would have to play test it. It might prove less-than-ergonomic. I have small hands...but here's what I'm thinking

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #185 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:14:38 »
I'll have  quote in few hours for a layered case.

Awesome, thanks MOZ!

$11 for upto 4, $8 thereafter. Remember, I still have to add cost of bolts and nuts, PayPal and shipping fees, along with compensation for my time, total comes out to be $20 for less than 4 and $17.5 for more than that.
Sounds great, so any plans for  starting up a mini gb? I'd love to take advantage of that wholesale price
No point for a mini GB since there are only ten PCBs. I'll just post it here, so those interested, PM me or post here.

The case would consist of 5 layers, top player would be mounting plate, thus a 2TU style, if someone wants a different style with a lip, let me know. Also please post the layout you want.

So far in:
-Myself - Layout undecided.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #186 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:14:59 »
I'd be interested in a setting that would allow you to rotate the pad 90' to the right and use it as a gaming pad. I would have to play test it. It might prove less-than-ergonomic. I have small hands...but here's what I'm thinking

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #187 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:26:43 »
MOZ, I would be interested in a case. However, if you are only getting these for this first batch of 10 PCBs right now, I believe they will only support the layout TheFlyingRaccoon posted earlier:

Yes, regack has designed a PCB that will support pretty much every numberpad layout you could hope for. However the ones I had printed are the basic design that will just support this key layout.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #188 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:34:14 »
MOZ, I would be interested in a case. However, if you are only getting these for this first batch of 10 PCBs right now, I believe they will only support the layout TheFlyingRaccoon posted earlier:

Yes, regack has designed a PCB that will support pretty much every numberpad layout you could hope for. However the ones I had printed are the basic design that will just support this key layout.
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Not sure, which PCB raccoon has ordered, if it is this one: http://i.imgur.com/TKjMEs3.png

It should support more layouts.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #189 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:36:54 »
Ok here is my plan for the PCBs. I can buy enough components for everyone (microcontroller, diodes, Mini USB connector.) The only other components you'll need are the switches, caps, and case. I'm sure everyone can get caps and switches themselves, and MOZ can supply the cases.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #190 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:39:39 »
I'll have  quote in few hours for a layered case.

Awesome, thanks MOZ!

$11 for upto 4, $8 thereafter. Remember, I still have to add cost of bolts and nuts, PayPal and shipping fees, along with compensation for my time, total comes out to be $20 for less than 4 and $17.5 for more than that.
Sounds great, so any plans for  starting up a mini gb? I'd love to take advantage of that wholesale price
No point for a mini GB since there are only ten PCBs. I'll just post it here, so those interested, PM me or post here.

The case would consist of 5 layers, top player would be mounting plate, thus a 2TU style, if someone wants a different style with a lip, let me know. Also please post the layout you want.

So far in:
-Myself - Layout undecided.
I'd be interested in a case if it fits the pcbs that TFR picked up. Layout undecided.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #191 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:39:50 »
MOZ, I would be interested in a case. However, if you are only getting these for this first batch of 10 PCBs right now, I believe they will only support the layout TheFlyingRaccoon posted earlier:

Yes, regack has designed a PCB that will support pretty much every numberpad layout you could hope for. However the ones I had printed are the basic design that will just support this key layout.
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Yes, this is correct. I believe regack is still working on the multi-layout PCB.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #192 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:44:06 »
Man... I'm supposed to be paying attention to biology. But this is so much more important
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #193 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:45:28 »
Will there be a 2x zero layout option?

There will be.

These are a few basic layout possibilities.  There are others, but they start to get a little weird...


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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #194 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:50:06 »
Ok here is my plan for the PCBs. I can buy enough components for everyone (microcontroller, diodes, Mini USB connector.) The only other components you'll need are the switches, caps, and case. I'm sure everyone can get caps and switches themselves, and MOZ can supply the cases.

That would be fine by me. I need to place a mouser order anyway though, so it doesn't really matter for me. Whatever is cheaper I suppose and whatever the other 9 want to do. By the way, I haven't seen the details of this design, but from studying other controllers (GH60, Frosty Flake, etc.), don't you also need a crystal, switch, and some capacitors and resistors?

These are a few basic layout possibilities.  There are others, but they start to get a little weird...

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Very cool. My vote would be for the top middle layout. Or bottom right.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #195 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:55:23 »
Why not add support for every switch to have an LED?
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #196 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 11:57:40 »
Okay, so the layout is fixed for this prototype.

In so far:
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I would in most likelyhood ship all the cases to TFR, unless someone is not in CONUS. He can then ship them out to each member with all the other components.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #197 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 12:00:29 »
Okay, so the layout is fixed for this prototype.

In so far:
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- TheFlyingRaccoon
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- Dragonxx21
- whiskeytango

I would in most likelyhood ship all the cases to TFR, unless someone is not in CONUS. He can then ship them out to each member with all the other components.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #198 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 12:03:37 »
Which layout is fixed?
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #199 on: Wed, 18 September 2013, 12:06:50 »
Which layout is fixed?

The original layout here.
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