The Useless Blog has moved from saskview.com to it’s new home at frivolousengineering.com and I would like to thank William, Ed, Chase, Brian and all good people at InMotion Hosting for all their help with the move.
Just like moving in real life things can get scratched, broken, and lost but it looks like everything important survived the trip!
The next big step is setting up the on-line store. We are also looking into having another established company re-sell the Useless Machine for us and hope to have this in place very soon.
I would like to thank everyone who is patiently waiting to get their hands on version 2 of the machine. The last of the parts orders will be arriving this week, and we hope to start getting things out the door very soon.
Here are some answers to everyone’s questions…
We’ll be offering Useless Machines for
$40 $45.00(some assembly required) and kits for $30 (some assembly and soldering required).
‘Some Assembly’ means that you won’t need to solder anything, but you will need to bolt everything together using a small phillips screwdriver.
For now, we’ll only be offering Laser-Cut black acrylic cases, sorry but no wooden ones yet.
We’ll also be offering a parts kit without the case, just the electronic parts needed if you wish to build/supply your own box.
Complete details will be posted soon!
In the mean-time have a look around and if you find something broken, missing or messed up please let me know.
What do you prefer: wood cases or acrylic? Is $10 too much to charge for the soldering? The comment section is open and I think it even works so please test it out!