Perry...like a few others have no idea what you got going....but it sure is impressive.Hehe, in my haste I forgot to route 2 signals in the schematic, so I'll have some bodge wires on this rev. I don't know if it's really worth spending another $45 to have a "perfect" board
I assume that most Fadal machines in use today have -4 or -5 controls. If someone has a -1 or -2 control (I don't know anything about the -3 and have no pictures), this board would work. I don't know if I'm going to build any boards for outside use, but I got 5 coming, and if the first board works, then I could potentially build 4 more and disseminate them.Perry...like a few others have no idea what you got going....but it sure is impressive.
You gonna pick out a Fadal owner, or two, to do the 'beta testing'?
Sorry, I realize that this is over some people's heads, but it's simultaneously a sounding board and a place where some future person can learn. I had a chat with Dan at ITS yesterday and learned a little more about their relationship with Fadal. He said they became an outside board tester around the 1400-4 time period. He said they would test boards in fixtures and do some functional board testing. He said if he finds any historical Fadal stuff, he'd send it my way.Uh huh ... yep ... sure.... got it ...