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Offline heissler

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[Europe/Germany] Keyboard services
« on: Fri, 22 May 2015, 04:52:27 »
Hello fellow GHers  :thumb:

I find myself with a comfortable amount of spare time after finishing with the restoration works of my house, so why not use it for your good.
Due to the lack of keyboard services in Germany (margo's got the UK covered, probably very well beyond the borders), I might as well try to help you with your projects! :)

Whatever the reason is for you not wanting to solder/assembly your own boards or kits, may it be missing tools or experience, I can probably help you with that  ;)
What can I do for you:
  • Soldering/De-soldering
  • Assembly
  • Firmware and Troubleshooting
  • Tweaking (Lubing, Stickering, Spring swap, etc. ...)
I have a neat little lab with a huge load of tools at my disposal, plus quite a bit of experience with soldering and boards in general.

I will prioritize Europe-based projects (due to easier shipping/no customs), but am of course willing to accept non-EU work.

Please keep in mind that I have a personal life and work to do, so this is not some kind of full-blown hardcore commercial service (however, I aim to finish your project as soon as possible, I need the room in my lab  :p). Please regard this is work I will do for you in my spare time  :thumb:


So here's the deal:
Just pm me if you are interested, we can work stuff out  :)

Best regards,
heissler
Has trouble not spending money on keyboards

Offline PocoLoco

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Re: [Europe/Germany] Keyboard services
« Reply #1 on: Fri, 24 July 2015, 07:08:45 »
any pictures of work you have done ?

Offline rowdy

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Re: [Europe/Germany] Keyboard services
« Reply #2 on: Sat, 25 July 2015, 04:06:36 »
This is great - quite often someone in Europe has a keyboard problem and the only place to send the keyboard to get it fixed is the US.  Now there is a more local option :)
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