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Need an electrical prototype?

Postby JoeWaisman » Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:05 pm

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I'm an electrical engineering major. If you need a prototype made, that includes electronic components, let me know. If I like your project, I'd probably be willing to do this at cost while I'm in school, and I'd want some sort of acknowledgement for my contribution. The caveat being that I would make school a priority over any project. I've worked and studied RF-Wireless, digital logic, and custom programmed PIC chips in my own personal projects and school. If you need to reach me, look me up on facebook, or contact me through the boards...if that is still possible.
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Re: Need an electrical prototype?

Postby jackbnimble56 » Mon Feb 21, 2011 6:44 am

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Joe

You may want to check out this post at Edison Nation by a guy named Peter Geyer:

http://www.edisonnation.com/forums/ever ... les?page=4

I'm not sure he intended to post in on the Magic Toob thread, but nonetheless he did. It seems like the two of you might have some things in common. Here's the link to his site:

http://www.aurin.at/us/

Jack
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To purchase the Magic Toob product visit: http://www.magictoob.com/

Re: Need an electrical prototype?

Postby JoeWaisman » Thu Feb 24, 2011 2:48 pm

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That IS interesting. I agree with you, the application of his technology isn't quite right for the US Market. There are, however, variations that would sell extremely well in the US.
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Re: Need an electrical prototype?

Postby Controlcenter » Thu Mar 10, 2011 2:43 am

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Hi Joe,

found your message, and thx to Jack for the link to my site.

yes, I could need your help - for a re-design

your contact is welcome, Email: team@aurin.at
regards, Peter

Re: Need an electrical prototype?

Postby JoeWaisman » Fri Mar 11, 2011 12:00 am

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Email sent.

This device might be outside my (present) area of knowledge as I have not yet taken a "power" class. We'll find out, and I'll help to the degree that I am able.
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Re: Need an electrical prototype?

Postby Controlcenter » Fri Mar 11, 2011 2:16 am

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Hi Joe,

great,
when is the best time to start for you ?
and pls. send me your private Email,
Peter
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