- Nov 11, 2010
It's amazing how the Pandora was designed, created, assembled and shipped in only Two Months.
As a batch2'er, I'm really happy for the rest of batch1 finally getting their devices after such a long wait. I'm even happier that I won't have to wait that long for my Pandora.
What is your spot in the queue? ED mentioned that batch 2 will run smoothly, and I sure hope so.
Does anyone know if the board company actually produced the 3000 or so boards that OP has waited on?
Where has the problem originated, the board or the nub companies? If board, than the nubs shouldn't be sent there. If nub, and the nubs were completed (I hope), than we should have no more problems with the board company. I would imagine that the nubs are leagues easier to install and test than individual components of a circuitboard.
We should be worrying more about building actual Pandoras before spare parts are shipped. That is why the TV-Out cables are not being produced, as OP needs to focus on one step at a time.
Now that the nubs are back in production and all needed ones should be finished and in Texas next week hopefully, there's no excuse anymore for the company to not stick to their deadlines.
I'm kinda wondering though, how will these 1000 units be distributed amongst Craig, ED, Fatih and spare parts? Just so I can estimate my chances of getting a Pandora.
I think he meant more to the effect of that now that the board company should no longer have any excuse because OPT and the nub company kept their side of the production.
That potentially puts me right on the cusp......As I understand, Fatih has all his Pandora, since his shop only sold a few dozen of them, so it'll probably be more like 750-250 for Craig and ED respectively I think.
They SHOULD be finished, but Circuit Co doesn't answer their phone, it just rings indefinitely every time. Did you have someone visit them, or contact them. The photos that they have sent you could have been stock pictures used for PR purposes.
they did produce the boards for the first 1000, and all the different mk boardsThey SHOULD be finished, but Circuit Co doesn't answer their phone, it just rings indefinitely every time. Did you have someone visit them, or contact them. The photos that they have sent you could have been stock pictures used for PR purposes.
[shift along a bit]No problem[/shift]make it 3
they did produce the boards for the first 1000, and all the different mk boards
I don't think they're running their operation out the back of a van (down by the river)