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Offline _PixelNinja

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #650 on: Sat, 15 September 2018, 14:15:54 »
Moon/Moon - picture is heavily edited/filtered though - not accurate :P
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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #651 on: Sat, 15 September 2018, 21:26:17 »
Just asking, will it be possible to buy internal weight at this point or maybe after gb is concluded? I just realized I forgot to do so....

Offline manzel

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #652 on: Sun, 16 September 2018, 10:11:38 »
The KOYU is said to use the same internal weight, which should be available shortly.

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #653 on: Sun, 16 September 2018, 10:37:13 »
Just asking, will it be possible to buy internal weight at this point or maybe after gb is concluded? I just realized I forgot to do so....

Rama might have extras.  Letís see what he says.

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #654 on: Mon, 17 September 2018, 07:23:42 »
Just asking, will it be possible to buy internal weight at this point or maybe after gb is concluded? I just realized I forgot to do so....


Just reply to your order email and we will see if we have allocations available :)
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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #655 on: Mon, 17 September 2018, 10:59:55 »
Just asking, will it be possible to buy internal weight at this point or maybe after gb is concluded? I just realized I forgot to do so....


Just reply to your order email and we will see if we have allocations available :)

Thanks a lot, although I didn't receive any email from you.

Offline Lisinge

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #656 on: Mon, 17 September 2018, 11:49:00 »
Just asking, will it be possible to buy internal weight at this point or maybe after gb is concluded? I just realized I forgot to do so....


Just reply to your order email and we will see if we have allocations available :)

Thanks a lot, although I didn't receive any email from you.

you should have received a orderconfirmation from support atz rama dotz works

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #657 on: Mon, 17 September 2018, 11:58:12 »
Just asking, will it be possible to buy internal weight at this point or maybe after gb is concluded? I just realized I forgot to do so....


Just reply to your order email and we will see if we have allocations available :)

Thanks a lot, although I didn't receive any email from you.

I read Rama's reply as "Just reply(ied) to your order email...", I'm assuming you did too. He's saying that you can reply to your original order confirmation email. I had to do that as well to change my color selection and he responded pretty quickly.

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #658 on: Tue, 18 September 2018, 11:53:21 »
If someone wants to swap my Moon + extra internal weight for their Sage + extra internal weight please pm me :)

Offline oh_chesteroni

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #659 on: Tue, 18 September 2018, 12:07:10 »
Just asking, will it be possible to buy internal weight at this point or maybe after gb is concluded? I just realized I forgot to do so....


Just reply to your order email and we will see if we have allocations available :)

Thanks a lot, although I didn't receive any email from you.

I read Rama's reply as "Just reply(ied) to your order email...", I'm assuming you did too. He's saying that you can reply to your original order confirmation email. I had to do that as well to change my color selection and he responded pretty quickly.
Just to confirm this, as I ordered a internal weight a couple of weeks ago. Just reply to your order confirmation email that you received after you placed your order for the m60. I just asked for an internal weight if they had any extras because it does seem to be based on allocation, as Rama mentioned.

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #660 on: Tue, 18 September 2018, 12:57:24 »
Yep, I added a weight just this morning.  Quick reply to my email and I've already paid the new invoice.  Also, am I the only one who ordered the mist color?  lol.  Oh well, I think it's gonna look nice.
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Offline DJSnotBoogie

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #661 on: Tue, 18 September 2018, 14:18:21 »
Yep, I added a weight just this morning.  Quick reply to my email and I've already paid the new invoice.  Also, am I the only one who ordered the mist color?  lol.  Oh well, I think it's gonna look nice.

I got Mist!  Part of me wishes I got Moon, but I think Mist will be amazing.

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #662 on: Tue, 18 September 2018, 20:32:48 »
Iíve never typed on a thick integrated plate before.  How would it affect the sound of switches?  Would it make them louder or would the rigidity dampen it?  Also the description says milled from brass and aluminum.  The plate is aluminum, correct?  Finally, would there be any room for a foam liner to dampen the sound or are the tolerances too tight?

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #663 on: Wed, 19 September 2018, 02:06:40 »
Iíve never typed on a thick integrated plate before.  How would it affect the sound of switches?  Would it make them louder or would the rigidity dampen it?  Also the description says milled from brass and aluminum.  The plate is aluminum, correct?  Finally, would there be any room for a foam liner to dampen the sound or are the tolerances too tight?

So far there are only non integrated 5mm (4.8mm) plates, you can look up zephyr or noxary 280 prototype for the soundtests. I asked rama for the clearence for something like a sorbothane sheet and he told me there should be about 3mm clearence for something like that. And yes, plate is aluminum, only the backweight is brass afaik.

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #664 on: Wed, 19 September 2018, 04:44:19 »
Iíve never typed on a thick integrated plate before.  How would it affect the sound of switches?  Would it make them louder or would the rigidity dampen it?

Integrated plate makes sound of switches louder.  But I have typed only on clueboard integrated plate.
Zephyr's plate dampens the sound but it's not integrated.

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #665 on: Wed, 19 September 2018, 07:01:24 »
Iíve never typed on a thick integrated plate before.  How would it affect the sound of switches?  Would it make them louder or would the rigidity dampen it?  Also the description says milled from brass and aluminum.  The plate is aluminum, correct?  Finally, would there be any room for a foam liner to dampen the sound or are the tolerances too tight?

I got this as a pad on my workbench and have a ton leftover, planning on trying it for dampening. It's got a gentle adhesive on the back and is like 2.3mm thick so hopefully it fits. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005I58W02/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #666 on: Wed, 19 September 2018, 10:17:50 »
When discussing with Wilba, he told me what you will be able to fit will depend on whether you have an internal weight or not. With the weight, it will be a tight fit (most of the space available being at the back of the case)?

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #667 on: Wed, 19 September 2018, 11:54:01 »

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #668 on: Wed, 19 September 2018, 12:13:48 »
When discussing with Wilba, he told me what you will be able to fit will depend on whether you have an internal weight or not. With the weight, it will be a tight fit (most of the space available being at the back of the case)?

Gah.. got a weight.  Hopefully I can still make it fit.  I want to silence this thing as much as possible given that itís my work board.

Offline chief_shankaho

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #669 on: Wed, 19 September 2018, 12:18:10 »
When discussing with Wilba, he told me what you will be able to fit will depend on whether you have an internal weight or not. With the weight, it will be a tight fit (most of the space available being at the back of the case)?

Gah.. got a weight.  Hopefully I can still make it fit.  I want to silence this thing as much as possible given that itís my work board.

Depending on where the weight sits in the case, you can always cut the shape of the weight out of whatever material you're using to silence the board. Then it'll sort of fill in all that empty space where the weight doesn't sit. I don't know how big the weight is in relation to the case, but even if the weight takes up most of that free room, I'd assume there's still some room for silencing material.

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #670 on: Thu, 20 September 2018, 01:47:28 »
Could there be an issue with static electric charges building up and silencing materials?

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Re: Rama Works M60-A [IN ANODISING]
« Reply #671 on: Thu, 20 September 2018, 02:15:59 »
I'm planning to at least try to cut a sorbothane sheet around the internal weight and see how it goes. If you dont want to waste money you could wait for me telling you if it works out :D