Discussion in 'Pyra News' started by EvilDragon, Jan 15, 2019.
You never fell from the roof !!
Of course not. Don't you know that dragons have wings?
I thought you and some helpers assembled those by hand.
He did. I assume he was replying to Matzezu, who said that they could say it was made in Germany. That's still the case, albeit most of the work won't be done in the same location.
Only the first 1000.
Thats quite an Honor, thanks for Assemply my Pyra EvilDragon
Er, am I misreading him? As I see it he's saying he assembled the first 1000 Pandoras himself, with helpers. All commercial Pyras should be assembled by GC as I understand it, only prototype users have a chance of getting a unit assembled at ED's shop.
Yes, he was talking about Pandoras.
It was me, Link and LinuxSwat and it was what made me to work for 5 years in his shop.
For me it was one of the best and most important decisions I've made so far.
Hopfully I'll have time and may have the honor to help shipping the first Pyras
No, I will not assemble hundreds of Pyras
Maybe some. Who knows what time and life will bring.
Let EvilDragon make tons of money and I'll come back as his manager any time
I never wanted to run a cheese shop... I wanted to be.... A Lumberjack!!!!
It was a glorious moment.
And it was LIVE !
was rereading that thread was some crazy times back then just wish link knew to clap his hands where the blisters were forming could have saved him some pain)
Seems like I misreading EvilDragon s Posting about the first 1000 Units he assemble whit a small team,
So : thanks for assembly my Pandora ^^
*giggle* Same here. I just opened my Pandora and stuffed the buttons with carefully cut layers of white masking tape. That worked for years until I had to send it to ED for repairs beyond my mortal capacity and he fixed it proper.
So the molds are at the other company? Did they like what they saw?
At my Pandora, there was only a Foampad that was a bit misplaced, i openend the case, and put it back..
Had to fix this a second time some yeahr ago, wasnt that thought..
Also it was a interessting experience for me as a non elektronical guy to see the MAINBOARD, or at least the Bottonpart..
I have some experience whit Lego and Lego Technic, also Kinder EGG Tools Assemply, i also changed some time ago the Graphic Card on my Old PC, and the Fan,
So i can screw these little parts, but this was my only journy in Handheld Fixing..
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