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Homemade StackMat Tournament Display [Prototype]

timeless

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how would you go about bypassing the speedstacks timer patents ? do you foresee any lawsuits in the near feature if this project is successful?
 

timeless

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any blueprints available? this would make a good diy project for me, so i can learn from it as well since i am studying in a field related to this :)
 

CubeWizard23

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Hey guys, just wanted to post an update about this project as we are getting very close to being able to release our first batch of product! Pictures will be coming shortly...
We will be setting up a paypal link on our webpage to purchase these shortly!
It is able to work with gen2 3 and pro timers (not tested with QJ or the other offbrand timers), it has a 1/4 - 20 nut in it enabling it to mount to standard tripods. It can be powered by a usb or 9 volt battery.
Each LED digit is a 1 inch LED, and displays 2 decimals of accuracy (even with timers that have 3, it truncates not rounds)
I'm excited to hear your feedback!

-CW23
 

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Hey guys, just wanted to post an update about this project as we are getting very close to being able to release our first batch of product! Pictures will be coming shortly...
We will be setting up a paypal link on our webpage to purchase these shortly!
It is able to work with gen2 3 and pro timers (not tested with QJ or the other offbrand timers), it has a 1/4 - 20 nut in it enabling it to mount to standard tripods. It can be powered by a usb or 9 volt battery.
Each LED digit is a 1 inch LED, and displays 2 decimals of accuracy (even with timers that have 3, it truncates not rounds)
I'm excited to hear your feedback!

-CW23
Sweet! Now you have to make sure it works with gen 4 :D
 

YTCuber

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Where on the Picture in Post #27 are the current-limiting resistors?
I only see one resistor, a lot of Capacitors(C1...9), the ISP(CON1), the main µC(Atmega?), one mosfet (P1), the quartz(C7) with 22pF capacitors(CC1 and CC2) and the 5 7-Segment-Displays. The other IC is maybe a led driver (for segments), like the ULN2003.
But I can say more when I see the other side.
 
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