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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #600 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 17:10:37 »
Got the case and I have no idea how to assemble it.  ;D

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #601 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 17:15:10 »
Got the case and I have no idea how to assemble it.  ;D

Well you put all the layers together then put the screws through. Here is the order of the layer.
http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=38963.msg1046650#msg1046650
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #602 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 17:38:36 »
Got the case and I have no idea how to assemble it.  ;D

Well you put all the layers together then put the screws through. Here is the order of the layer.
http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=38963.msg1046650#msg1046650
I have the top part of the case screwed properly, but for the bottom, I have no idea. There's these small screws that don't thread to anything and don't go all the way through, then there's longer screws that are way too long that go through the whole case and more, and then these hex bolts that fall through the hole and don't hold the top layer on. I'm confused  :confused:

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #603 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 17:48:08 »
The hex bolts were extra, just in case you wan tot use those, you did get washers right?

To assemble, do you have brass standoffs? I don't think so, TFR has to ship them to you, only then will you be able to assemble.

I might put a small tutorial on how to put these together.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #604 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 17:53:53 »
The hex bolts were extra, just in case you wan tot use those, you did get washers right?

To assemble, do you have brass standoffs? I don't think so, TFR has to ship them to you, only then will you be able to assemble.

I might put a small tutorial on how to put these together.

When I get the cases, I can make a video or picture guide on how to assemble them.
For shipping, I still need to figure out how to ship everything. The case shouldn't be difficult, I'm mostly worried about how to pack the electronic components. Also I'm not sure about the box. I was thinking maybe the small Flat Rate boxes? They are $5.15 to ship within the US. Dimensions are 8-5/8" x 5-3/8" x 1-5/8". Not sure if that would fit everything though.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #605 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 17:54:48 »
The hex bolts were extra, just in case you wan tot use those, you did get washers right?

To assemble, do you have brass standoffs? I don't think so, TFR has to ship them to you, only then will you be able to assemble.

I might put a small tutorial on how to put these together.
These are all the types of screws that it came with:

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #606 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 17:57:36 »
Check again, there must be 3 different flat head screws.

Edit: Since in your case, I got the holes cut larger than everyone else's, I forgot to include the washers. Sorry. Anyway, you want to use the flatheads.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #607 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 17:58:50 »
These are all the types of screws that it came with:
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You are missing the brass standoffs that I will send you with the other components and PCB. They look like this:
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #608 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 17:59:36 »
Check again, there must be 3 different flat head screws.
There's only two types.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #609 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 18:11:15 »
Alright, it's 4:30 in the morning here so my brain isn't exactly working at pace, but yeah I just recalled there should ONLY be TWO types of flat head screws, you should have quite a number of those small flatheads, they are 6mm. And the longer ones are 20mm.

So what you do is, once you get the brass stand offs, you insert them into the hex cutout in the the 3 middle layers, then take a 6mm flat head and screw from the top and bottom layers, remember you don't want to go all the way from either the top or the bottom, as then there wouldn't be enough "space" in the brass stand off for the other scre.

See this graphic:


Red --> Brass standoffs
Blue --> 20mm flat head screws
Green --> 6mm fat head screws
Black --> Acrylic layer.
« Last Edit: Mon, 28 October 2013, 18:12:55 by MOZ »

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #610 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 18:15:05 »
Alright, it's 4:30 in the morning here so my brain isn't exactly working at pace, but yeah I just recalled there should ONLY be TWO types of flat head screws, you should have quite a number of those small flatheads, they are 6mm. And the longer ones are 20mm.

So what you do is, once you get the brass stand offs, you insert them into the hex cutout in the the 3 middle layers, then take a 6mm flat head and screw from the top and bottom layers, remember you don't want to go all the way from either the top or the bottom, as then there wouldn't be enough "space" in the brass stand off for the other scre.

See this graphic:
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Red --> Brass standoffs
Blue --> 20mm flat head screws
Green --> 6mm fat head screws
Black --> Acrylic layer.
Cool. Was hoping that it was something simple. :)

Really love this case, MOZ! Now I just need everything else to finish it :P

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #611 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 21:07:33 »
ughhh now I really can't wait for mine P:
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #612 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 22:13:02 »
So who do I contact to get these wounderful numpads?

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #613 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 22:19:37 »
Please read the thread.

We are currently beta testing, this is far from complete. The next stage is to test new PCBs, only after that will we move to GB stage.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #614 on: Mon, 28 October 2013, 22:23:15 »
Please read the thread.

We are currently beta testing, this is far from complete. The next stage is to test new PCBs, only after that will we move to GB stage.

Ah I see. I'll wait for the GB stage. jdcarpe should update the OP with a bit of information

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #615 on: Wed, 30 October 2013, 18:23:21 »
Looks like the cases were delivered to TFR according to the USPS tracking.

Hopefully we can get some shots soon and distributed to everyone.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #616 on: Wed, 30 October 2013, 18:48:00 »
Looks like the cases were delivered to TFR according to the USPS tracking.

Hopefully we can get some shots soon and distributed to everyone.

Yes cases were just delivered! I should be studying but I can't help myself.  :rolleyes: I will have to repackage most of the stuff to ship but I will try to get everything packaged and shipped ASAP.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #617 on: Wed, 30 October 2013, 19:04:38 »
pictures?   ;D

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #618 on: Sun, 03 November 2013, 12:50:41 »
Here are some pictures of the case and an assembly guide

Everything included for the case. Most of it you will not use.

Step 1: Assemble the three middle layers and insert the brass standoffs so they are in the middle.

Step 2: Put on the plate and screw in the short flat-head bolts. DO NOT TIGHTEN THESE
(No picture)
Step 3: Put on the back cover. Screw in the bottom two short flat-head bolts. Make sure these are tight.

Step 4: Assemble the feet. I found 5 layers has the best angle for me. Use the longer flat-head bolts. Make sure these are tight.

Done!

Alternate method
Instead of using the acrylic feet, you can use rubber thingies.

Pic of it assembled


Also, I am packing up all the orders today and should have everything shipped out today or tomorrow.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #619 on: Sun, 03 November 2013, 14:10:52 »
Man, that's awesome.  Congrats!  :cool:
I much prefer the one with the rubber feet things.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #620 on: Sun, 03 November 2013, 14:24:25 »
Those rubber thingies look really cool actually. Where did you pick them up TFR?
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #621 on: Sun, 03 November 2013, 14:39:36 »
You can get 'em anywhere.  Google "bumpon"

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #622 on: Sun, 03 November 2013, 14:51:16 »
Man, that's awesome.  Congrats!  :cool:
I much prefer the one with the rubber feet things.

BLUUUUUUUUE!

Yeah the blue looks awesome! Moz did a really good job with the cases. And I agree, I like the rubber feet much better.

Those rubber thingies look really cool actually. Where did you pick them up TFR?

What metalliqaz said  :D

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #623 on: Sun, 03 November 2013, 15:02:29 »
Here are some pictures of the case and an assembly guide
Show Image

Everything included for the case. Most of it you will not use.
Show Image

Step 1: Assemble the three middle layers and insert the brass standoffs so they are in the middle.
Show Image

Step 2: Put on the plate and screw in the short flat-head bolts. DO NOT TIGHTEN THESE
(No picture)
Step 3: Put on the back cover. Screw in the bottom two short flat-head bolts. Make sure these are tight.
Show Image

Step 4: Assemble the feet. I found 5 layers has the best angle for me. Use the longer flat-head bolts. Make sure these are tight.
Show Image

Done!

Alternate method
Instead of using the acrylic feet, you can use rubber thingies.
Show Image

Pic of it assembled
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Also, I am packing up all the orders today and should have everything shipped out today or tomorrow.

I counted 22 keys. Don't normal 10 key pads have 17 keys? It seems like there's an extra row

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #624 on: Sun, 03 November 2013, 15:09:55 »

It's not just a number pad.

See one with key caps here

http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=38963.msg1060274.msg#1060274

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #625 on: Sun, 03 November 2013, 15:12:47 »
Very Nice!

I want one  :thumb:

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« Reply #626 on: Sun, 03 November 2013, 15:54:54 »
so much win! very nice

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #627 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 17:24:55 »
How remappable are these keys? IE can I change the location of the numlock key and change what pressing numlock changes to the keys?

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #628 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 17:30:54 »
How remappable are these keys? IE can I change the location of the numlock key and change what pressing numlock changes to the keys?

Completely programmable.  Keep in mind that how NumLock is interpreted is determined by the PC, not the keyboard.
If you want to change the meaning of the keys, you change NumLock to some kind of Fn toggle.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #629 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 21:05:20 »

All orders with the cases are going out in the mail tomorrow! Just need boxes for the orders without cases then they will be shipped.
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« Reply #630 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 21:05:46 »
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« Reply #631 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 21:13:46 »
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All orders with the cases are going out in the mail tomorrow! Just need boxes for the orders without cases then they will be shipped.

Dam when is this going into GB stage?

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« Reply #632 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 21:15:26 »
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All orders with the cases are going out in the mail tomorrow! Just need boxes for the orders without cases then they will be shipped.

Dam when is this going into GB stage?

No idea. This was just the beta, there is going to be a groupbuy with the universal layout PCB regack designed.
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« Reply #633 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 21:19:25 »
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« Reply #634 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 21:21:10 »
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All orders with the cases are going out in the mail tomorrow! Just need boxes for the orders without cases then they will be shipped.

Dam when is this going into GB stage?

No idea. This was just the beta, there is going to be a groupbuy with the universal layout PCB regack designed.

When it does, do you know how much it will cost? Don't want to get overly invested and then my wallet can't keep up

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« Reply #635 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 21:22:46 »
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« Reply #636 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 22:25:28 »
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All orders with the cases are going out in the mail tomorrow! Just need boxes for the orders without cases then they will be shipped.

Dam when is this going into GB stage?

No idea. This was just the beta, there is going to be a groupbuy with the universal layout PCB regack designed.

When it does, do you know how much it will cost? Don't want to get overly invested and then my wallet can't keep up

I am too lazy to go looking for it, but I read somewhere in this thread that the approximate cost will be about $45, but I am not sure if that included a case and switches and stuff.  It is in the thread if you feel like looking for it.  Probably around page 18 or so...

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« Reply #637 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 22:45:41 »
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All orders with the cases are going out in the mail tomorrow! Just need boxes for the orders without cases then they will be shipped.

Dam when is this going into GB stage?

No idea. This was just the beta, there is going to be a groupbuy with the universal layout PCB regack designed.

When it does, do you know how much it will cost? Don't want to get overly invested and then my wallet can't keep up

I am too lazy to go looking for it, but I read somewhere in this thread that the approximate cost will be about $45, but I am not sure if that included a case and switches and stuff.  It is in the thread if you feel like looking for it.  Probably around page 18 or so...

That was the price we figured out just to get the parts for the 10 prototype testers. Not to mention, in reality, the amount spent was far higher than the anticipated and TFR actually ended up losing quite a lot of money. The estimated cost is subject to change and in a GB setting it depends wildly on the amount of interest and the discount achieved through bulk ordering.
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« Reply #638 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 22:50:56 »
That was the price we figured out just to get the parts for the 10 prototype testers. Not to mention, in reality, the amount spent was far higher than the anticipated and TFR actually ended up losing quite a lot of money. The estimated cost is subject to change and in a GB setting it depends wildly on the amount of interest and the discount achieved through bulk ordering.

Ya, we will see what the pricing works out to.  I think it will remain reasonable and it is going to be kick ass, so can't wait...  :)

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« Reply #639 on: Mon, 04 November 2013, 22:52:45 »
That was the price we figured out just to get the parts for the 10 prototype testers. Not to mention, in reality, the amount spent was far higher than the anticipated and TFR actually ended up losing quite a lot of money. The estimated cost is subject to change and in a GB setting it depends wildly on the amount of interest and the discount achieved through bulk ordering.

Ya, we will see what the pricing works out to.  I think it will remain reasonable and it is going to be kick ass, so can't wait...  :)
Even for upwards of $60 I believe it would be a fair price, considering what the final product will be able to do.
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« Reply #640 on: Tue, 05 November 2013, 16:31:44 »
Any clue when this will be up for GB? I am so excited :3
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« Reply #641 on: Tue, 05 November 2013, 16:33:14 »
That was the price we figured out just to get the parts for the 10 prototype testers. Not to mention, in reality, the amount spent was far higher than the anticipated and TFR actually ended up losing quite a lot of money. The estimated cost is subject to change and in a GB setting it depends wildly on the amount of interest and the discount achieved through bulk ordering.

Ya, we will see what the pricing works out to.  I think it will remain reasonable and it is going to be kick ass, so can't wait...  :)
Even for upwards of $60 I believe it would be a fair price, considering what the final product will be able to do.

$60 without switches, stabs, and caps? So just the PCB+case?

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« Reply #642 on: Tue, 05 November 2013, 16:34:37 »
That was the price we figured out just to get the parts for the 10 prototype testers. Not to mention, in reality, the amount spent was far higher than the anticipated and TFR actually ended up losing quite a lot of money. The estimated cost is subject to change and in a GB setting it depends wildly on the amount of interest and the discount achieved through bulk ordering.

Ya, we will see what the pricing works out to.  I think it will remain reasonable and it is going to be kick ass, so can't wait...  :)
Even for upwards of $60 I believe it would be a fair price, considering what the final product will be able to do.

$60 without switches, stabs, and caps? So just the PCB+case?

Nobody knows yet what this will cost. The best thing to do is save your money and wait until the group buy happens.

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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #643 on: Tue, 05 November 2013, 16:42:00 »
Based on my experiences with this stuff, I would expect the PCB to be under $10, fully assembled assuming a big GB, and the acrylic sandwich case being under $40.  Low interest could expand those numbers by 2x, but I have a feeling that wouldn't happen given the popularity of the GH60.

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« Reply #644 on: Wed, 06 November 2013, 08:25:22 »
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #645 on: Wed, 06 November 2013, 10:56:34 »
I have a question . how to make firmware, I will make a PCB,but no have .hex file

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« Reply #646 on: Wed, 06 November 2013, 17:57:00 »
All packages are shipped! Please let me know if you receive your package and I forgot to include something. Thanks.  :D
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« Reply #647 on: Wed, 06 November 2013, 17:59:42 »
All packages are shipped! Please let me know if you receive your package and I forgot to include something. Thanks.  :D
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #648 on: Wed, 06 November 2013, 18:01:17 »
Any sort of definite list of what we should be expecting in the package?
Case
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Switches (if purchased from MOZ)
Diodes
PCB

That's all I can get off the top of my head.
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Re: GHpad FTW (10-Key Pad for GH60)
« Reply #649 on: Wed, 06 November 2013, 19:18:22 »
Any sort of definite list of what we should be expecting in the package?
Case
LEDs
Switches (if purchased from MOZ)
Diodes
PCB

That's all I can get off the top of my head.


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