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I was going to print the new lens holder and front plate but it will take 11 hours to print the front plate with 100% fill  :o

The helix is not too steep, and you don't have to print it with 100% infill.
I printed mine with 10% and it worked, though around 20-30% should be better.
This software installation file is not available anymore from the www, it seems. If someone have the file, guard it with your life + send me an PM  :P
Metrology / Re: How do I Get Started
« Last post by hwj-d on Today at 03:35:19 AM »
With respect to the life work of all well-established professionals, to which I certainly don't count, a simple question generates an answer like a definition of "what is metrology".

Hand on heart, is that what she/he is asked for the beginning?

Possible answers shouldn't deter, but promote. Yes, metrology is the 'Holy Grail' of analog electronics, but do it a little relaxed too. Even in the beginning, someone needs successful practical experience ever. No learning without practical failing. To fail means learn, to make it better. The math and the knowledge of it for shure should go, but parallel, please.

:phew:   ;)
General Chat / Re: Mains voltage poll (UK)
« Last post by Hero999 on Today at 03:34:19 AM »
Bedford, UK: 240.4V, 50.06Hz.
Thanks for your feedback HighVoltage.
As you requested I added the 'Display Serial Number' checkbox in settings.

General Chat / Re: Special Price FOR EEVblog Members
« Last post by nanofrog on Today at 03:33:45 AM »
Are there still discount codes for this scope?
PM sent.
Microcontrollers & FPGAs / Re: GAL design software
« Last post by jmarkwolf on Today at 03:31:11 AM »
Years ago, I used protel 99 SE.
I created a schematic and then used the compiler to create a jed file, was easy and worked very well.
Not sure if the newer Altium trial packages will allow this?

I also did this for many years. Worked great.

Still have bundles of tubes of GAL's!

Test Equipment / Re: EEVBlog Members Discount at Tequipment?
« Last post by peppper on Today at 03:31:00 AM »
I would like to request the discount code, please. :-)

Thanks much!

Please read first post.
It's still a fun project to try - i made an FPGA miner a few months ago, and while it can't generate any money, it is fast enough to make coins on the testnet, which can be handy if you do Bitcoin development stuff.

Beginners / Re: amplifier bluetooth pc sound out connection
« Last post by paulca on Today at 03:27:14 AM »
Keep this in mind:

Or any simple 2 channel DJ mixer.  You can get them new from £50 and second hand for peanuts.  Then you can listen to both inputs at once.
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