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FS: Drip Electronics EQP1a PCBs (Pair)

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beatnik

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Sorry for the intervention, but what "appropriate thread" ?
Drip projects have the reputation for missing / incorrect documentation and there is absolute zero support from the manufacturer. Among other nonsense including the cost of the pcbs themselves which is plain ridiculous. By the way it seems one pcb set was $160 a few years ago, if there is a reason behind you asking price that is beyond my understanding.
Nothing personal against you but I really hope one day people will stop buying this drip bs...
 

JoelCoteBergevin

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Build instructions can be found here: https://groupdiy.com/attachments/drip-pultec_ver2-pdf.43762/
BOM is at the end of this document: https://www.ladislavbrezovnik.com/diy/Pultec EQP1A/pultec_manual.pdf
Digikey Cart: http://www.digikey.com/short/j5dvzv

Also, I priced these accordingly to the price I paid for them a couple years ago. They were 200$ USD each back then. I'm open to negociation for anyone interested.

Regarding the customer support from Drip, I couldn't tell you. It's better to just contact them if you have any questions concerning the project rather than just assuming stuff. I'm just here to sell some PCBs for anyone who is interested in them. If you're not interested, just move on, thank you.
 

dbonin

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I've built a boat load of stuff for other people using DRIP pcbs. Due to weak (or missing) documentation drip projects can be a real challenge for new builders, that's for sure. However, they do work as advertised. Getting in touch with Greg at DRIP can be hit or miss, but I have found him to be very helpful the few times I have contacted him over the past 10 years (has it been that long?).
 

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imo the fact that some people get support and some don't, it's even worse than having no support at all.

with an older discontinued product like this i put my bet on drip not answering at all - he doesn't see any profit on second hand pcbs...

the documentation has been linked by the op... but will it be complete and coherent with the actual pcb ?

just close your eyes and take a ride...
 
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