TF1260 Open File Release

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Re: TF1260 Open File Release

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Wow, that's incredible!!! What an amazing thing to do! =D I can never thank you enough for what you've given the Amiga community! The TF1260 is great - best thing I ever got for one of my Amiga (except for the TF4060 which will have a vid soon!) =D
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Re: TF1260 Open File Release

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BOM and CPL files updated. The ones in the zip are incorrect.
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Re: TF1260 Open File Release

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Good morning!
I've ordered some boards yesterday, got an issue notification from JLC this morning:

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Also have a question about power regulator, as far I can remember it wasn't a standard Pinout?🤔
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Re: TF1260 Open File Release

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@8 Bit Dreams

You've selected tooling holes added by customer rather than "Added by JLCPCB" during the order process.

Select the option shown below:
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Your mistake is fortunate as you must also have used the previous BOM and CPL to order which don't include the resistor networks. Best to ask them to cancel the order and start again from scratch using the correct options and the new BOM and CPL that Terriblefire has just attached to the thread.

Also : 8 Bit Dreams Using the PCB assembly service rather than doing everything by hand!?!? Must be one of the signs of the apocalypse!! :lol:
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Re: TF1260 Open File Release

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I've uploaded the "full" BOM. Note you need some kind of power supply device attached to the 3.3v header. Its been left this way to allow linear or SMPSU to be used.

I'm seeing people on forums not actually reading what i posted. I said i'd post the full BOM in due course. If you cant even read then dont even try to build this because you have to use your brain here.

EDIT: Also.. FW development has not stopped. We're all just fed up building these and want to spread the work around. But the FW source files will never be open.
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I'm not interested in doing step by step guides to spoon feed people. If you cant do it from what is here already then you arent going to make it work. I have better things to do than spend my time helping people save a few pennies on a prebuilt version.

Either you know how to do this and can use whats here or you dont and you make this into a project that will take you some time and you will learn things. Once again.... NO SUPPORT at all. If this doesnt work for you its your problem. If you want guarantees buy from someone who will give you that. If you build then you are the guarantee.

Maybe Chucky, Supaduper and AlenPPC will help a little here and there and I will update any actual mistakes in BOMs etc. Anyone who has built a few TF536s should have no issues.
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Re: TF1260 Open File Release

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For the PSU...

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This pattern is available so any PSU module can work. The idea is to be able to use a linear regulator if we ever did EMC testing.
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Re: TF1260 Open File Release

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Many thanks for this release @terriblefire, I purchased one a while back from @alenppc, but will probably build a couple more. :D
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Re: TF1260 Open File Release

Post by madness77 »

Hi,

Thanks for this great project.

I had previously ordered smaller projects with SMT assembly on JLCPCB, but I have not encountered such a problem so far.

Am I doing something wrong?

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Re: TF1260 Open File Release

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Ignore the images. Their software cannot handle mirrored CPL on the bottom side. It works fine though.

EDIT: Don't ask basic questions on this thread. I'm just going to delete these posts. No support means no support. But feel free to ask general questions on the forum. Those are fine. I just dont want to hand hold people here where others wont get the benefit of a forum thread to help them in future.
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