8-slot expander (Gouda)

par MSX Resource Center on 18-10-2009, 21:10
Sujet: Bussum 2005

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Commentaires (13)

Par Bart

Paragon (1423)

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02-10-2005, 22:26

It seems this slot expander is build in a Philips MSX thermal printer! Smile

Par Manuel

Ascended (15753)

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02-10-2005, 23:09

This is not a Gouda slotexpander!

It's a Sunrise 8-slot expander, built into part of a Philips printer case. NOt a thermal printer, Philips didn't make those!

Par Manuel

Ascended (15753)

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02-10-2005, 23:10

It was made by Legacy, btw.

Par Manuel

Ascended (15753)

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02-10-2005, 23:45

Oh, and the cartridge does say Gouda, but that's because Legacy wanted to have a case around it, and he used his old Gouda cartridge case for it Smile (That's what he told me!)

Par legacy

Hero (570)

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03-10-2005, 10:33

Well, I hate unprotected pcb's laying around, especially if they are in use.Crazy

Par Manuel

Ascended (15753)

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03-10-2005, 10:38

And you're completely right in that, legacy...

So, was it made from an NMS 1421 or a 1431?

Par legacy

Hero (570)

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03-10-2005, 13:02

Oh, It was a 1431, I made a few more different cases, one for a amplifier, so it's aMSXAMPWink , a case for a uniface system , carrying 10 applicationprints and a case for the electuur slotextender,

Par Manuel

Ascended (15753)

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03-10-2005, 16:18

We'd like to see those! Can you make some photos?

Par legacy

Hero (570)

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03-10-2005, 16:55

I'll try to arrange a camera, within one or two days you can get those pic's, let me know where I can send them to, I've no possibility to put them somewhere on a homepage

Par POISONIC

Paladin (1012)

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03-10-2005, 23:26

this is the pablotronic's 8 slot expander in a printer Smile

Par Manuel

Ascended (15753)

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13-10-2005, 19:21

legacy: try to send them to manuel AT msxnet DOT org. Thanks!

Par Robby

Master (169)

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22-12-2014, 14:30

Good to see there are still some remaining pics of Legacy's creations those days. Unfortunately he past away last spring. Crying

RJ.

Par Meits

Scribe (5538)

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22-12-2014, 19:26

A guy from around here bought that slotexpander some years ago from Legacy... The seams between the seperate parts are, well, seamless... Some craftmanship this project is...