ki4mmm wrote: and missed installing one diode, and one resistor, which did not have full-size pictures.
jvdb wrote:adafruit wrote:hey where are the PHOTOS of your clocks, eh???
You can upload them directly to the forum (it wasnt working but the permissions are fixed so that excuses you till NOW)
lets see some shots of finished kits in the wild!
Sorry for the poor picture quality. I only had my phone.
adafruit wrote:its got a Friend!
I can't say for sure, but it looks like it might be the IN-14 kit from www.tubehobby.com
jvdb wrote:I can't say for sure, but it looks like it might be the IN-14 kit from http://www.tubehobby.com
Yeah, that's right. I ordered the case from some place that will make acrylic enclosures to your size. I also bought a serial GPS receiver on eBay that works with the tubehobby clocks.
Even though I've got enough clocks, I would like to build this one:
http://timewitharduino.blogspot.com/200 ... clock.html
I also have a tubehobby nixie clock, can you please provide a link to a suitable gps unit on ebay? all I can find are external antennas
bartgrefte wrote:Can you do that with every clock-kit? (Like the Ice Tube?)
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