PDP-8/e front panels.

Robert Jarratt robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com
Sat Jun 6 18:03:24 CDT 2015

If you attached a photo it didn't come through. I think the list does not allow attachments.



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> From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of Rod
> Smallwood
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> Subject: PDP-8/e front panels.
> Hi Guys
> Thanks for all of the enquiries for panels.
> I have ten in total. One I have here (as in photo) and the other nine are in the
> drying rack at the silk screeners.
> My photo does not do them justice. The screening  is a lot sharper and clearer.
> On Monday I'll go and get the rest of them (10mins down the road) and sort out
> shipping.
> I'll let one of the nine go to each of the first nine firm orders.
> Please send your order to me at rodsmallwood52 at btinternet.com. I'll respond
> with the total inc. shipping.
> Payment will be by PayPal. and I'll ship on receipt of payment in full.
> I'll also instigate another batch of ten. The plexiglas suppliers size the panel and
> do all the cutouts.
> They then ship direct to the silkscreeners who are (very) local to me.
> Total time to second batch availability circa 7-10 (business) days.
> If I get orders for more than ten then I'll bump up the second batch size
> accordingly.
> If there is a demand I'll do other 8's or 11's  front panels that use the same
> plexiglas and silk screen technique.
> R & D (maybe ware)
>              8/e bezel in cast resin
>              8/e programmers console PCB ( If I can solve the problem of the
> Stackpole switches availability.)
>              8/e Microprocessor PCB addon to run an 8/e simulator with serial i/o
> to a terminal.
> Rod Smallwood

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