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shoorick



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Olduino sz89S52

just another x51 system, powered with fasm g Wink

http://shoorick.ho.ua/sz89S52/index_en.html


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Post 23 Jun 2018, 06:59
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Nice.

Do you make the boards yourself? It looks to be all hand wired and soldered. What does the underside look like?
Post 23 Jun 2018, 07:27
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shoorick



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yes, you can see more at google photos Wink
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shoorick wrote:
yes, you can see more at google photos Wink

Okay, thanks. But with 562kB of JS code I think I will pass.
Post 23 Jun 2018, 07:48
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shoorick



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generally it was predictable Razz
ok, "just for you" (C)
pending to delete - i do care about 5 MB limit more than about JS Shocked


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Post 23 Jun 2018, 08:07
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Awesome.

Is that paper you use over some substrate (FR4 or FR1 or something?)? So the detailed printing is from a normal printer?
Post 23 Jun 2018, 08:14
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shoorick



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paper is a piece of hard thick board used for furniture back walls (4mm - too thick generally, but easy to get)
detailed printing is from a normal printer, attached to the board with glue stick.
QCAD-made drawing is in attachment.


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A very practical solution.
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