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March 25, 2014, 02:30:51 PM
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I expect that an LCD display would see only fairly modest use, after spending many years working for an network equipment maker that shipped LCDs on its products I can only think of a couple incidents where I'm aware that it was actually useful beyond displaying the device name— but a network triggerable "identify unit" light would be insanely useful (along with lights for power and 'actively mining', of course).  I think, in general, most people would prefer more cost optimization over a fancier display. If an LCD doesn't make it on, I hope at least a set of indicator LEDs does.
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March 25, 2014, 02:37:49 PM
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My ISP is UPC (Dutch cable company).

This member issue appears to be resolved, if anyone else unable to reach http://spminer.io, you are most welcome to PM me with your ISP details.

It's down again for me. But you gave me the right direction, it seems to be a DNS issue. So for everyone who has problems visiting the site, try using the Google DNS (8.8.8.8/8.8.4.4), that worked for me.

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March 25, 2014, 06:46:14 PM
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Thread said "starting shipping in 7 days" It has now been 7 days. Hope you are still on track.

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March 25, 2014, 07:12:46 PM
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Thread said "starting shipping in 7 days" It has now been 7 days. Hope you are still on track.

We are very happy to announce that the first units have rolled off the assembly line today! The units are now on their way to the burn-in tests.

Our COO, the amazing mr. Kobi Levin has taken a few photos of the assembly line. We wanted to share our excitement with you.


The assembly process:



Checking the management board:

First units of the line:

Congratulations to those who were quick and ordered first. We hope you enjoy the early access batch!

New Mimblewimble implementation: https://www.beam.mw
Spondoolies is back with the SPx36: https://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/spx36
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Last edit: March 25, 2014, 08:00:27 PM by TooDumbForBitcoin
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Thread said "starting shipping in 7 days" It has now been 7 days. Hope you are still on track.

We are very happy to announce that the first units have rolled off the assembly line today! The units are now on their way to the burn-in tests.

Our COO, the amazing mr. Kobi Levin has taken a few photos of the assembly line. We wanted to share our excitement with you.


The assembly process:







Congratulations to those who were quick and ordered first. We hope you enjoy the early access batch!


If that guy is trying to keep hairs out of the electronics, he's gonna need a bigger hat.

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March 25, 2014, 07:26:17 PM
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Thread said "starting shipping in 7 days" It has now been 7 days. Hope you are still on track.

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March 25, 2014, 07:33:44 PM
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If that guy is trying to keep hairs out of the electronics, he's gonna need a bigger hat.

Actually, it's a kippah:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kippah
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March 25, 2014, 07:42:58 PM
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If that guy is trying to keep hairs out of the electronics, he's gonna need a bigger hat.

Please don't make quotes so big. Thank you.

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March 25, 2014, 07:53:31 PM
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Thread said "starting shipping in 7 days" It has now been 7 days. Hope you are still on track.

We are very happy to announce that the first units have rolled off the assembly line today! The units are now on their way to the burn-in tests.

So roughly one day late. Not too bad.
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March 25, 2014, 07:53:53 PM
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If that guy is trying to keep hairs out of the electronics, he's gonna need a bigger hat.

Please don't make quotes so big. Thank you.

i enjoyed seeing the pictures twice.

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March 25, 2014, 08:39:29 PM
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I noticed that you don't use conductive tabletops, antistatic straps

The picture of the guy with the "hat" shows an antistatic strap connected to the tabletop. Lower right.

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March 25, 2014, 08:55:32 PM
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Thread said "starting shipping in 7 days" It has now been 7 days. Hope you are still on track.

We are very happy to announce that the first units have rolled off the assembly line today! The units are now on their way to the burn-in tests.

Our COO, the amazing mr. Kobi Levin has taken a few photos of the assembly line. We wanted to share our excitement with you.


Congratulations to those who were quick and ordered first. We hope you enjoy the early access batch!


Amazing! You are very fast becoming one of my favorit ASIC manufacture. keep it up.

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March 25, 2014, 09:27:37 PM
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Amazing! You are very fast becoming one of my favorit ASIC manufacture. keep it up.

Thanks thomashrev89. Stay tuned, we're only getting started.

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March 25, 2014, 10:03:52 PM
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If that guy is trying to keep hairs out of the electronics, he's gonna need a bigger hat.

Please don't make quotes so big. Thank you.

i enjoyed seeing the pictures twice.

Lol, me too.

I noticed that you don't use conductive tabletops, antistatic straps, antistatic gloves or hairnets ... hate to see a unit die from drooling on a board and then testing it.

It doesn't take much static to fry a chip, and then the whole unit is fried prob.

They got ESD carpet and ESD coats. (The assembly people isn´t even wearing ESD straps on some pics)
The assembly line is no way near to be ESD safe. Look at the pictures, they have stashed metal tools on the benches etc! (Properly ESD safety = Tools on separate shelve and for fucks sake ABSOLUTELY NO COMPUTERS/SCREENS/ANYTHING ELECTRICAL PLUGGED IN on the work benches)

Spondoolies-Tech: What the... you claimed to be pro´s with years of experience... why the extremely lousy ESD safety? Really, it´s embarrassing to see.
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March 25, 2014, 10:13:00 PM
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Spondoolies-Tech: What the... you claimed to be pro´s with years of experience... why the extremely lousy ESD safety? Really, it´s embarrassing to see.
Noted. We'll check with our CM, Flextronics Israel.
Note: All the units are being tested in Flex before transporting for one day burn-in tests in our data center.

New Mimblewimble implementation: https://www.beam.mw
Spondoolies is back with the SPx36: https://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/spx36
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Spondoolies-Tech: What the... you claimed to be pro´s with years of experience... why the extremely lousy ESD safety? Really, it´s embarrassing to see.
Noted. We'll check with our CM, Flextronics Israel.
Note: All the units are being tested in Flex before transporting for one day burn-in tests in our data center.

Please do so, ESD damage is very serious stuff and will cause hefty RMA cost for you as a producer. That pictures look, to be honest, like a real mess. Remember, ESD damages may not cause components to fail directly, it takes a while.

I work at a Apple service store and is responsible for the ESD precautions standard in my country so if you guys need some advice shoot me a PM  Smiley
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March 25, 2014, 10:20:42 PM
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Spondoolies-Tech: What the... you claimed to be pro´s with years of experience... why the extremely lousy ESD safety? Really, it´s embarrassing to see.
Noted. We'll check with our CM, Flextronics Israel.
Note: All the units are being tested in Flex before transporting for one day burn-in tests in our data center.

Please do so, ESD damage is very serious stuff and will cause hefty RMA cost for you as a producer. That pictures look, to be honest, like a real mess. Remember, ESD damages may not cause components to fail directly, it takes a while.

I work at a Apple service store and is responsible for the ESD precautions standard in my country so if you guys need some advice shoot me a PM  Smiley

BitchImightbe, registered 4 days ago, address is Götheborg Sweden. KNC I presume ?
Nice to meet

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Spondoolies-Tech: What the... you claimed to be pro´s with years of experience... why the extremely lousy ESD safety? Really, it´s embarrassing to see.
Noted. We'll check with our CM, Flextronics Israel.
Note: All the units are being tested in Flex before transporting for one day burn-in tests in our data center.

Please do so, ESD damage is very serious stuff and will cause hefty RMA cost for you as a producer. That pictures look, to be honest, like a real mess. Remember, ESD damages may not cause components to fail directly, it takes a while.

I work at a Apple service store and is responsible for the ESD precautions standard in my country so if you guys need some advice shoot me a PM  Smiley

BitchImightbe, registered 4 days ago, address is Götheborg Sweden. KNC I presume ?
Nice to meet

KnC got their HQ in Stockholm. Gothenburg is on the other side of the country, but yeah, i live in Sweden and KnC is a Swedish company.
I don´t mean to be rude, i like your products but you claim to be pro´s and then post pictures who´s out of question not up to any ESD safety standard (Remember your assembly line handle very delicate components and they should do it in a correct way, not sloppy).
As i wrote before, if you need help just shoot me a PM  Smiley (I can even go to Israel if you need a pro  Wink )
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March 25, 2014, 10:27:49 PM
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KnC got their HQ in Stockholm. Gothenburg is on the other side of the country, but yeah, i live in Sweden and KnC is a Swedish company.
I don´t mean to be rude, i like your products but you claim to be pro´s and then post pictures who´s out of question not up to any ESD safety standard.
As i wrote before, if you need help just shoot me a PM  Smiley (I can even go to Israel if you need a pro  Wink )
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KNC should take care of their thread first. Such a mess...

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March 25, 2014, 10:33:01 PM
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KnC got their HQ in Stockholm. Gothenburg is on the other side of the country, but yeah, i live in Sweden and KnC is a Swedish company.
I don´t mean to be rude, i like your products but you claim to be pro´s and then post pictures who´s out of question not up to any ESD safety standard (Remember your assembly line handle very delicate components and they should do it in a correct way, not sloppy).

Just curious, any chance you are actually from ORSoc? They do have offices in Göteborg, AFAIR Wink
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