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Only one DC2N5-LC DIY kit left!

Only one chance for somebody to get their hands on the last DC2N5-LC DIY kit available for sale!

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DC2N5-LC: 3D printed case design files available

I could hardly contain my joy today when I received an email from Zoë with design files, pictures, and misc info attached 🙂 Courtesy of the hyper-skilled Nina Richards, here is all you need to 3D print your own case for DC2N5-LC, … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC DIY kit update

A few more DC2N5-LC DIY kits were sold, leaving just 3 available to buyers. I’ve got to put orders on hold as I plan to have a short break: feel free to contact me but don’t get worried if I … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC USB Bridge

In order to update the firmware on DC2N5-LC, a USB bridge as this one can be used. Make sure to select the “5 Pin USB 2.0 with Cable” model (red PCB) when you order one and you should be fine 🙂 … Continue reading

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Shipping costs for DC2N5-LC DIY kits

I worked out the shipping prices for DC2N5-LC DIY kits through Royal Mail shipping. Prices for the European area are: Bundle Standard Tracked and Signed 1x DC2N5-LC DIY kit 3.80 GBP 8.60 GBP 2x DC2N5-LC DIY kit 4.10 GBP 8.70 … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC DIY kits available

Ten DC2N5-LC DIY kits are now available for the price of 27.99 GBP + shipping. Shipping costs will be combined in case you order more than one kit. I’d be grateful if those who have shown interest contact me again … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC boards arrived

Today I received the DC2N5-LC boards that I had ordered. I could have updated the copyright date, but then again I felt like most of the design work was finished last year so that the date didn’t need changing. I … Continue reading

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