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DIY-A586 v1.6 by piotr_go

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  • #91
    piotr_go
    DIY electronics designer
    rrodic wrote:
    Wait, what do you mean used for uploading cores?

    If card works for *.A586 uploading, it should work with amiga disk image.
  • #92
    rrodic
    Level 8  
    Ah right. Got it. I will try few different cards. Just in case.

    Ranko

    Dodano po 11 [minuty]:

    Wooohoooo!!! Sucsess!!!!
    So not all SD cards are made equal... not a big news... This 4GB card works for me. This is the same card I was using for programming DIY in the first place.

    Thanks a million Piotr!

    Fantastic!

    DIY-A586 v1.6 by piotr_go
  • #93
    kazmat6502
    Level 1  
    Hi

    I was able to create a board and display the menu, but which is the core file for the Amiga?
  • #94
    piotr_go
    DIY electronics designer
    15kHz RGB test.

    HDMI-> VGA-> SCART

    DIY-A586 v1.6 by piotr_go
    DIY-A586 v1.6 by piotr_go
    DIY-A586 v1.6 by piotr_go

    TV heavy so pics in the mess in the attic.
  • #95
    go0se
    Level 1  
    Hi Piotr, great project!

    Will you be releasing the Verilog for the Amiga core in the future? It would be interesting for learning.

    Thanks.
  • #97
    pombearman
    Level 2  
    Hello
    I want to ask if it is possible to connect two floppy drives or one drive and goths. Thank you
  • #98
    piotr_go
    DIY electronics designer
    Yes you can.
  • #99
    rrodic
    Level 8  
    Here is the preview of the case. This is not final design. Now I am implementing some improvements suggested by Piotr.
    We are days away from production. Any preference in terms of colour and finish for the case? :)

    Btw, site https://www.diy-a586.com is progressing well. I will expedite development so we can have one place where people can get support, license keys, claim warranty if needed and finally purchase boards, cases, power supplyes etc..
    Perhaps getting healty stock of PS/2 keyboards and mouses is not a bad idea. Also we will try to keep prices lowest possible so everyone can afford assembled boards.

    Since board is "open design" we will also make sure everything is available as DIY kit - Case design, component locator, software, precise component specs etc...

    I will keep you posted.

    Ranko

    DIY-A586 v1.6 by piotr_go
  • piotr_go
    DIY electronics designer
    I made one of the copies with something like that. Height 47mm. I just need to print the sides.
    DIY-A586 v1.6 by piotr_go DIY-A586 v1.6 by piotr_go
    From a piece of laminate I made a board connecting the floppy disk drive with the "motherboard".
    Brass threaded spacers are soldered to the laminate.
    3D printed bottom.
  • pombearman
    Level 2  
    Hello
    I have one more question, is it possible to solder the pins in the marked part in the photo and lead out the reset and menu switches?
    Thank you

    DIY-A586 v1.6 by piotr_go
  • piotr_go
    DIY electronics designer
    Yes.
    Show off how you will make some interesting housing.