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Post by SimonSideburns » Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:21 pm

z0m8ied0g wrote:
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3.5" floppies containing a RISCIX backup (not sure what can be done with them)
5.25" floppies that are resisting export to Data Centre (they may be copy protected as some are original floppies). Does anyone have a kryoflux and 5.25" drive that may be able to try to read the floppies?

Please bring the RISCIX disks, i'll bring my RISCIX machine as i'm gonna try and set it up correctly. I have a set of disks so it will be good to see if we have a decent set that can be used to setup anything.


I will be bringing my Kryoflux machine so you are welcome to use that for your discs.
Thanks, Steve. Have never used nor seen a Kryoflux before so it'll be a new experience I'm sure.
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Post by SpaceFlightOrange » Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:51 pm

Is it possible to leave the museum and return on the same ticket (on the same day, of course)?

My wife will be with me you see, as we are making a weekend of it, and she's fine with the fact she won't be able to come into the room. She said she might indulge in a little retail therapy, in the retail park opposite and come back a few hours later.
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Post by JudgeBeeb » Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:54 pm

SpaceFlightOrange wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:51 pm
Is it possible to leave the museum and return on the same ticket (on the same day, of course)?

My wife will be with me you see, as we are making a weekend of it, and she's fine with the fact she won't be able to come into the room. She said she might indulge in a little retail therapy, in the retail park opposite and come back a few hours later.
Not a problem. People come and go all the time.
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Post by Elminster » Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:10 pm

SpaceFlightOrange wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:51 pm
Is it possible to leave the museum and return on the same ticket (on the same day, of course)?

My wife will be with me you see, as we are making a weekend of it, and she's fine with the fact she won't be able to come into the room. She said she might indulge in a little retail therapy, in the retail park opposite and come back a few hours later.
Personal I would go straight into town, bit of a longer walk but much better shops.

My family probably won’t even go in the museum, just spend whole weekend shopping, and revisiting the museums (that don’t involve acorns)
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Post by SpaceFlightOrange » Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:17 pm

JudgeBeeb wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:54 pm
Not a problem. People come and go all the time.
Groovy. Thanks
Elminster wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:10 pm
Personal I would go straight into town, bit of a longer walk but much better shops.

My family probably won’t even go in the museum, just spend whole weekend shopping, and revisiting the museums (that don’t involve acorns)
:D That's good to know. I had a look at the maps and it didn't look too far but wasn't sure if it was within walking distance. Thanks
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Post by Elminster » Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:53 am

SpaceFlightOrange wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:17 pm
JudgeBeeb wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:54 pm
Not a problem. People come and go all the time.
Groovy. Thanks
Elminster wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:10 pm
Personal I would go straight into town, bit of a longer walk but much better shops.

My family probably won’t even go in the museum, just spend whole weekend shopping, and revisiting the museums (that don’t involve acorns)
:D That's good to know. I had a look at the maps and it didn't look too far but wasn't sure if it was within walking distance. Thanks
The museum is next to one of them shop parks you get on the outskirts of towns, not really a browsing place, you can head towards the Grafton centre shopping centre, which is okayish. But carry on to the town centre and (I think) that was voted the best place to shop in the UK recently.

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Post by JudgeBeeb » Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:56 am

The centre of Cambridge is beautiful. It would be a pity for her not to see it.
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Post by JudgeBeeb » Thu Jun 20, 2019 1:25 pm

Does anyone who is coming to Cambridge have a Model B that is surplus to requirements that they would be willing to sell me? I'm not looking for anything fancy as long as it works. A disc interface and re-capped PSU would be desirable but not essential.
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Post by anightin » Thu Jun 20, 2019 1:37 pm

No but I do have an issue 4 Electron that I've just repaired* that needs a good home :)

I was going to bring it to see if anyone was interested. Set of manuals + mains transformer too.


* Repaired meaning given a good clean, and re-seating the ULA which was not showing Green signal and glitching. Tested it out with a Plus 1 and MGC.

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Post by SpaceFlightOrange » Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:18 pm

Elminster wrote:
Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:53 am
The museum is next to one of them shop parks you get on the outskirts of towns, not really a browsing place, you can head towards the Grafton centre shopping centre, which is okayish. But carry on to the town centre and (I think) that was voted the best place to shop in the UK recently.
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The centre of Cambridge is beautiful. It would be a pity for her not to see it.
Thanks.

We do have a trip into the centre planned also, no way I'm missing the chance to visit the worlds first Raspberry Pi Shop!!! :lol:
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Post by SpaceFlightOrange » Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:32 pm

anightin wrote:
Thu Jun 20, 2019 1:37 pm
No but I do have an issue 4 Electron that I've just repaired* that needs a good home :)

I was going to bring it to see if anyone was interested. Set of manuals + mains transformer too.


* Repaired meaning given a good clean, and re-seating the ULA which was not showing Green signal and glitching. Tested it out with a Plus 1 and MGC.
I'd be interested in this. How much are you looking for?
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Post by anightin » Thu Jun 20, 2019 3:10 pm

I was thinking £50

It's in nice clean condition and fully working. Happy for anyone to try before they buy -- I'll bring a screen and RGB to scart cable and an SD card expansion cart.

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Post by flibble » Thu Jun 20, 2019 6:11 pm

SimonSideburns wrote:
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Hi,
This is a long shot, but it is important, so I will ask anyway...
Would anyone be able to scan a magazine whilst at ABUG?
It is in storage box MAG53 and is entitles "Games Computing" September 1984
Ideally, the full magazine would need scanning.
Less than ideally, but better than nothing, I would like the articles/listings for the BBC Micro games contained within.
This is a rare magazine and I would really like to get it archived [-o<
I could bring along my Brother Multi Function A3 Printer/Scanner/Copier. Not sure how useful that is but it's pretty big and depending on if you're able to separate the pages somehow, might be able to scan it in without user assistance as it has a multi scan feature.

At this rate I might have to leave the wife at home to give me more space for stuff :-)
Non destructive scanning only, this is an item from the Museum's archive and we have to treat it with respect and with all the handling advice that the museum provides.

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Post by flaxcottage » Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:07 pm

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Thu Jun 20, 2019 6:11 pm
Non destructive scanning only, this is an item from the Museum's archive and we have to treat it with respect and with all the handling advice that the museum provides.
I spoke to Lee today and I can scan this copy. I am already doing 4 others for him too.

I have my own white cotton gloves and will be ultra careful. :lol:
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Post by SimonSideburns » Thu Jun 20, 2019 9:11 pm

flibble wrote:
Thu Jun 20, 2019 6:11 pm
Non destructive scanning only, this is an item from the Museum's archive and we have to treat it with respect and with all the handling advice that the museum provides.
I realised that, but back in the day there were magazines that were small and were held together with staples, so it wouldn't be that difficult to carefully remove the staples, scan the whole thing (my device scans in A3), then put the staples back in.

In this case, however, I am not sure what kind of magazine it is, nor whether it is held together with staples, so it was a suggestion only.

That saves me bringing the huge hulk of a device if someone else is going to be doing that task. Well done John.
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Post by JudgeBeeb » Sun Jun 23, 2019 2:00 pm

In case anyone is interested, I am selling a Hakko FX-951 digital soldering station. This is a superb soldering station that takes T12 and T15 integrated tips with fast thermal recovery. The station itself has been used for about 10 to 20 hours, but the included iron and stand, cables and miscellaneous bits and bobs are brand new still in their original wrappers. It also comes with a few of extras not normally included with the base unit (again all brand new and unused) namely a T15-D16 1.6mm chisel tip, a ceramic tip holder and a metal wool and holder tip cleaner.

I'll bring it along so that anyone interested can have a look at it. I'll also try to remember to bring along my own used iron, so that you can plug it into the station to give it a try.
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Post by JudgeBeeb » Sun Jun 23, 2019 2:09 pm

I also have (and will bring) the following items which are free to a good home (i.e. a promise that they will be used and not relegated to the landfill).
  • Rapid 85-1706 three channel benchtop DC power supply (5V fixed at 500 mA, 12v fixed at 500 mA, 0 to 30v variable at 10A with adjustable current limit).
  • 858D hot air rework station.
  • ZD-985 desoldering station with vacuum gun.
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Post by gordonDrogon » Sun Jun 23, 2019 2:17 pm

JudgeBeeb wrote:
Sun Jun 23, 2019 2:09 pm
I also have (and will bring) the following items which are free to a good home (i.e. a promise that they will be used and not relegated to the landfill).
  • Rapid 85-1706 three channel benchtop DC power supply (5V fixed at 500 mA, 12v fixed at 500 mA, 0 to 30v variable at 10A with adjustable current limit).
  • 858D hot air rework station.
  • ZD-985 desoldering station with vacuum gun.
If no-one else has a strong interest then I'll like to "bag" them and I'll give an extra donation to the museum in return.

thanks,

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Post by JudgeBeeb » Sun Jun 23, 2019 2:20 pm

gordonDrogon wrote:
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I'll give an extra donation to the museum in return.
That would be cool. 8)
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Post by z0m8ied0g » Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:29 pm

SimonSideburns wrote:
Thu Jun 20, 2019 9:11 pm
flibble wrote:
Thu Jun 20, 2019 6:11 pm
Non destructive scanning only, this is an item from the Museum's archive and we have to treat it with respect and with all the handling advice that the museum provides.
That saves me bringing the huge hulk of a device if someone else is going to be doing that task. Well done John.
I've just bought this... https://www.czur.com/product/aura so will bring it with me, hopefully should be able to scan open pages.
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Post by leenew » Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:36 pm

Ooh! That looks groovy 8)

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Post by flaxcottage » Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:12 pm

Awesome. :shock:
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Post by Elminster » Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:19 pm

z0m8ied0g wrote:
Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:29 pm
SimonSideburns wrote:
Thu Jun 20, 2019 9:11 pm
flibble wrote:
Thu Jun 20, 2019 6:11 pm
Non destructive scanning only, this is an item from the Museum's archive and we have to treat it with respect and with all the handling advice that the museum provides.
That saves me bringing the huge hulk of a device if someone else is going to be doing that task. Well done John.
I've just bought this... https://www.czur.com/product/aura so will bring it with me, hopefully should be able to scan open pages.
I thought it was some new take on a Dyson desk fan. I was looking forward to keeping cool.

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Post by wolfgang » Mon Jun 24, 2019 8:51 am

Since people are talking about what to bring, this makes me think.
I am limited to what I can put in my carry-on luggage, which worked fine last time for an Electron and an Atom.
So far my plan is to bring:
- Laptop
- Atom with PSU, FDC, Gotek and HDMI adpater
- Electron with PSU, Plus 1 and Plus 3
- miniTV
- adapters for UK power sockets
I am considering to book an additional check-in bag to be able to bring onboard incompatible things like screwdrivers, soldering iron, etc.
Any suggestions on necessary/helpful items to bring?

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Post by Elminster » Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:02 am

wolfgang wrote:
Mon Jun 24, 2019 8:51 am
Since people are talking about what to bring, this makes me think.
I am limited to what I can put in my carry-on luggage, which worked fine last time for an Electron and an Atom.
So far my plan is to bring:
- Laptop
- Atom with PSU, FDC, Gotek and HDMI adpater
- Electron with PSU, Plus 1 and Plus 3
- miniTV
- adapters for UK power sockets
I am considering to book an additional check-in bag to be able to bring onboard incompatible things like screwdrivers, soldering iron, etc.
Any suggestions on necessary/helpful items to bring?
You will get some odd looks when you get asked to remove all items from hand luggage for going through the scanner at the airport.

What are you expecting to do? There will obviously be people about where tools can be borrowed briefly if you only need to borrow the odd one here or there.

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Post by wolfgang » Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:22 am

Elminster wrote:
Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:02 am
You will get some odd looks when you get asked to remove all items from hand luggage for going through the scanner at the airport.

What are you expecting to do? There will obviously be people about where tools can be borrowed briefly if you only need to borrow the odd one here or there.
Yes, I got some odd looks last time and the security people called there co-workers to check out the cool classic computers. :D
I am not quite sure what to do there. I guess it is mostly about getting to know other Acorn-crazy people in person, but I don't want to get bored when everybody is busy doing their things. I still have to build Hoglet's HDMI board for the BBC and Elk, that might be the right thing to do.
In case I'll get some suggestions about my recent Atom memory expansion, I could also work on that. I assume someone will bring a GAL and EPROM programmer?

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Post by 1024MAK » Mon Jun 24, 2019 1:10 pm

Typically members get up to some or all of the following:
  • Chatting about Acorn (and other old) computers, including asking for advice, and answering such questions...
  • Demonstrating new hardware, new software (new games and demos) etc...
  • Building/making/developing/testing/repairing hardware... (repairs include members helping out other members).
  • Developing/testing new software including debugging...
  • Playing games...
  • Just enjoying the event and looking at what other members are up to, including chatting/asking questions.
  • Sometimes trading equipment or spares or new hardware/software.
But most of all, have fun :D

And you can of course, have a look around the museum :mrgreen:

So take you pick. Everyone is rather relaxed, so if you want to get on with something, that’s fine.

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Post by anightin » Mon Jun 24, 2019 3:55 pm

This will be my first event and the suggestions above sound very much as I expected. :)

FYI I'm planning on bringing:
  • System 1 new-build for anyone who wants to play with one
  • Resurrected ATOM ISS 5 with ATOMMC+RAMROM+HDMI for the same reason
  • A spare Electron ISS 4 for anyone who wants to trade/buy it off me
  • RiscPC 600 and RiscPC 700
  • Mini Display Screen + various video converters
In terms of declaring my interests up-front I'm hoping I can get some advice on setting up the RiscPCs. I got as far as converting them to CF-Card HDD and putting a universal boot on them but apart from that am pretty much a novice. I'd be happy to get optimum video, CD-ROM and networking going on each as a take-away.

By way of contribution I'm happy to bring my box of tools, multi-meter and soldering iron+braid so can help in building/fixing anything within my capacity to do so. I can also pack a Xilinx CPLD programmer and an EPROM programmer if anyone needs help there.


Looking forward to it already!
:D

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Post by Elminster » Mon Jun 24, 2019 4:27 pm

anightin wrote:
Mon Jun 24, 2019 3:55 pm

By way of contribution I'm happy to bring my box of tools, multi-meter and soldering iron+braid so can help in building/fixing anything within my capacity to do so. I can also pack a Xilinx CPLD programmer and an EPROM programmer if anyone needs help there.
I doubt I will bring my EPROM programmer but I will have my box of stuff. Includes ATMEL, XLINIX and ATERA programmers, ICET, Dave/Myelin LX2 LA combo. Plus two other LAs. Whether all the software and drivers are installed on my new/old laptop is another matter. Not bringing my current scope, but bringing presold one, perhaps if you ask Dimension nicely he will let you use it.

Will have lots of soldering stuff, but will be making heavy use of that as my main purpose.

As only half a table I probably wont bring any actual machines with me this time.

I do have some ATMEL programmer SAM to AVR cable conversion boards to give away if anyone interested (not surprisingly I have 9 spares ones). Edit: Link to what they are https://atoomnet.net/atmel-ice-header-adapter/ Just the bare boards.
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Post by tricky » Mon Jun 24, 2019 7:15 pm

My usual split is 90% chatting, 9% saying I must go and do something and 1% not quite doing it ;)
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