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Offline dead_pixel_design

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3300 on: Thu, 12 September 2019, 14:31:43 »
I can run a small batch if you need it. might take a week or two though as I need to troubleshoot my own Exent PCB, accidentally "killed" it when I was doing some routine cleaning. I checked the power side and it is fine but I need to find out why the MCU failed to initialize, worst case changing the MCU and XTAL. Do let me know how your board failed, it may be a trivial fix in most cases.

Also very interested in this

Offline Hedgey

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3301 on: Fri, 13 September 2019, 08:25:22 »
Also if anyone has an extra bottom in either PC or Aluminum (Blue or Black) I'm highly interested in buying it from you.
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Offline Katanadog

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3302 on: Fri, 04 October 2019, 01:09:51 »
I have a good pc bottom! PM me and I'll get some pictures taken.

Offline quadcube

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3303 on: Mon, 07 October 2019, 02:21:03 »
I can run a small batch if you need it. might take a week or two though as I need to troubleshoot my own Exent PCB, accidentally "killed" it when I was doing some routine cleaning. I checked the power side and it is fine but I need to find out why the MCU failed to initialize, worst case changing the MCU and XTAL. Do let me know how your board failed, it may be a trivial fix in most cases.

Did you ever end up thinking about this?  I'm interested in 2 PCBs at least, especially if they'd be QMK and NOT BMC

I can run a small batch if you need it. might take a week or two though as I need to troubleshoot my own Exent PCB, accidentally "killed" it when I was doing some routine cleaning. I checked the power side and it is fine but I need to find out why the MCU failed to initialize, worst case changing the MCU and XTAL. Do let me know how your board failed, it may be a trivial fix in most cases.

Also very interested in this

trying to make a small run of 20 units of the PCB (direct replacements for EXENT and 910), just have to figure out how can I start a GB on GH.

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3304 on: Mon, 07 October 2019, 08:07:26 »
I can run a small batch if you need it. might take a week or two though as I need to troubleshoot my own Exent PCB, accidentally "killed" it when I was doing some routine cleaning. I checked the power side and it is fine but I need to find out why the MCU failed to initialize, worst case changing the MCU and XTAL. Do let me know how your board failed, it may be a trivial fix in most cases.

Did you ever end up thinking about this?  I'm interested in 2 PCBs at least, especially if they'd be QMK and NOT BMC

I can run a small batch if you need it. might take a week or two though as I need to troubleshoot my own Exent PCB, accidentally "killed" it when I was doing some routine cleaning. I checked the power side and it is fine but I need to find out why the MCU failed to initialize, worst case changing the MCU and XTAL. Do let me know how your board failed, it may be a trivial fix in most cases.

Also very interested in this

trying to make a small run of 20 units of the PCB (direct replacements for EXENT and 910), just have to figure out how can I start a GB on GH.

Great to hear! I'd also love to join in on this if still possible.

Offline PancakeMSTR

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3305 on: Mon, 07 October 2019, 09:37:43 »
I'd also like to get a new pcb as mine is dead
   

Offline alexfry

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3306 on: Mon, 07 October 2019, 13:46:04 »
Definitely in x2

Offline merlin64

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3307 on: Tue, 08 October 2019, 13:28:35 »
Folks, I'll be porting the Exent into QMK tonight 10/08/19

Join in at roughly 7:30 PM PST on https://www.twitch.tv/mechmerlin and hang out =)

Special thanks to Carcha for letting me borrow his Exent.
« Last Edit: Tue, 08 October 2019, 13:54:48 by merlin64 »

Offline PancakeMSTR

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3308 on: Tue, 08 October 2019, 13:49:14 »
Folks, I'll be porting the Exent into QMK tonight 10/08/19

Join in at roughly 7:30 PM PST on https://www.twitch.tv/mechmerlin and hang out =)

Sweet! Will definitely be curious about this one.
   

Offline merlin64

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3309 on: Wed, 09 October 2019, 12:36:55 »
The port is successful and is now available on QMK Configurator

https://config.qmk.fm/#/exent/LAYOUT_65_ansi

Pls report back any problems/issues/comments you may have!

Offline PancakeMSTR

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3310 on: Wed, 09 October 2019, 21:55:55 »
Thanks for that merlin, legit awesome.
   

Offline quadcube

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3311 on: Sat, 12 October 2019, 01:41:38 »
I can run a small batch if you need it. might take a week or two though as I need to troubleshoot my own Exent PCB, accidentally "killed" it when I was doing some routine cleaning. I checked the power side and it is fine but I need to find out why the MCU failed to initialize, worst case changing the MCU and XTAL. Do let me know how your board failed, it may be a trivial fix in most cases.

Did you ever end up thinking about this?  I'm interested in 2 PCBs at least, especially if they'd be QMK and NOT BMC

I'd also like to get a new pcb as mine is dead

I can run a small batch if you need it. might take a week or two though as I need to troubleshoot my own Exent PCB, accidentally "killed" it when I was doing some routine cleaning. I checked the power side and it is fine but I need to find out why the MCU failed to initialize, worst case changing the MCU and XTAL. Do let me know how your board failed, it may be a trivial fix in most cases.

Did you ever end up thinking about this?  I'm interested in 2 PCBs at least, especially if they'd be QMK and NOT BMC

I can run a small batch if you need it. might take a week or two though as I need to troubleshoot my own Exent PCB, accidentally "killed" it when I was doing some routine cleaning. I checked the power side and it is fine but I need to find out why the MCU failed to initialize, worst case changing the MCU and XTAL. Do let me know how your board failed, it may be a trivial fix in most cases.

Also very interested in this

trying to make a small run of 20 units of the PCB (direct replacements for EXENT and 910), just have to figure out how can I start a GB on GH.

Great to hear! I'd also love to join in on this if still possible.

I can run a small batch if you need it. might take a week or two though as I need to troubleshoot my own Exent PCB, accidentally "killed" it when I was doing some routine cleaning. I checked the power side and it is fine but I need to find out why the MCU failed to initialize, worst case changing the MCU and XTAL. Do let me know how your board failed, it may be a trivial fix in most cases.

Also very interested in this

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Offline Riba

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Re: [GB]EXENT - 65% made by TARO (In production)
« Reply #3312 on: Mon, 14 October 2019, 12:25:31 »
The port is successful and is now available on QMK Configurator

https://config.qmk.fm/#/exent/LAYOUT_65_ansi

Pls report back any problems/issues/comments you may have!

Thanks mechmerlin, you're a star!