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The broken nubs really caused us a lot of issues - besides giving a bad reputation, it cost a lot of money to handle RMAs and it took a while to produce and test new ones.
The new ones are now in production! There was a mass production test run of 100 samples which seem to work fine so far. The full amount of needed nubs is planned to arrive at the board production company in Texas until November 12th.
The new ones are way more robust. The old ones didn't even survive 100K cycles of stresstesting before they died - the new ones survive about 450K cycles. And even if they tear after those cycles, they still mostly work.
Another problem that should be history.
The production company did give us a nice schedule now to finish the rest of the needed 3000 boards.
A more detailed schedule can be found on the current status-page, however, the most important dates probably are:
November 24th: The first 1000 boards ship to UK.
December 1st: The second 1000 boards ship to UK.
December 15th: The third 1000 boards ship to UK.
Could it be production will run smoothly now...? We sure hope so, but only time will tell.
So far, please continue to support us! Thanks a lot!
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