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By edc_atl
#4378
JosephHedden wrote:Do you have any of the ground issue boards left? If so could I get a couple shipped to the US?
Yes I have a few and yes we are in the US. Contact us at info@edcatl.com
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By JosephHedden
#4442
edc_atl wrote:
JosephHedden wrote:Do you have any of the ground issue boards left? If so could I get a couple shipped to the US?
Yes I have a few and yes we are in the US. Contact us at info@edcatl.com
edc_atl is all out now, noisymime do you have any?
By noisymime
#4443
JosephHedden wrote:
edc_atl wrote:
JosephHedden wrote:Do you have any of the ground issue boards left? If so could I get a couple shipped to the US?
Yes I have a few and yes we are in the US. Contact us at info@edcatl.com
edc_atl is all out now, noisymime do you have any?
Yep. Postage from Aus is about $15 USD, but you can have as many as you want in that. Shoot me a pm with your details.
By edc_atl
#4445
JosephHedden wrote:
edc_atl wrote:
JosephHedden wrote:Do you have any of the ground issue boards left? If so could I get a couple shipped to the US?
Yes I have a few and yes we are in the US. Contact us at info@edcatl.com
edc_atl is all out now, noisymime do you have any?
Actually no, I have three of the old ones left and 22 of the new ones as of this morning.

Problem was shipping charge of $12.00 seemed too expensive for him and my son cut him off. Kid over reacts sometimes but he always means well!
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By JosephHedden
#4447
actually all I did was ask why it was so much? And now since noisymime has responded it seems even worse since it is only $3 more from Austrailia, which is 9,577 miles in a straight line.


The following is the email:

"The boards are not heavy at 5oz, but they have an odd size.
We shipped the last of them yesterday.
With kind regards,

Juan Blanco

Electrical Engineering Manager/Owner

jblanco@edcatl.com

info@edcatl.com

www.edcatl.com

(404) 434-7623

------ Original Message ------

From: "Joseph Hedden" <boomn89@siu.edu>

To: "juan blanco" <edc_atl@bellsouth.net>

Sent: 12/17/2015 7:48:27 AM

Subject: Re: Free 'bad' v0.3.2 boards

Those must be some heavy pieces? Why is it so much to ship?

Joe
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From: juan blanco <edc_atl@bellsouth.net>
Sent: Wednesday, December 16, 2015 7:35 PM
To: Joseph Hedden
Subject: Re: Free 'bad' v0.3.2 boards


it will be about $12.00 to your zip code.


------ Original Message ------

From: "Joseph Hedden" <boomn89@siu.edu>

To: "info@edcatl.com" <info@edcatl.com>

Sent: 12/16/2015 6:44:46 PM

Subject: Free 'bad' v0.3.2 boards


I would like to get a couple of these boards just need to know shipping to 61520.

Joe Hedden"
By edc_atl
#4450
I apologize since I was not really involved in the email trace. We only have one personal box (which is mine) and everyone uses it when required. And since everyone is over worked due to the upgrade taking longer that predicted, it might cause a bit of negative reaction.

Perhaps this should explain better since this is the service we use for all. Sometimes I can send a package to England cheaper than California so from below, the $12.00 charge was correct.

But just send the address in and I will send them out to you free of charge.
Juan Blanco
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By evo_lucian
#4473
edc_atl wrote:I apologize since I was not really involved in the email trace. We only have one personal box (which is mine) and everyone uses it when required. And since everyone is over worked due to the upgrade taking longer that predicted, it might cause a bit of negative reaction.

Perhaps this should explain better since this is the service we use for all. Sometimes I can send a package to England cheaper than California so from below, the $12.00 charge was correct.

But just send the address in and I will send them out to you free of charge.
Juan Blanco
perhaps you can use small flat rate box instead of the medium as it would cut shipping cost by about $5. The small boxes still measure 8-5/8" x 5-3/8" x 1-5/8" so they can fit a couple PCB with ease.
By edc_atl
#4475
evo_lucian wrote:
edc_atl wrote:I apologize since I was not really involved in the email trace. We only have one personal box (which is mine) and everyone uses it when required. And since everyone is over worked due to the upgrade taking longer that predicted, it might cause a bit of negative reaction.

Perhaps this should explain better since this is the service we use for all. Sometimes I can send a package to England cheaper than California so from below, the $12.00 charge was correct.

But just send the address in and I will send them out to you free of charge.
Juan Blanco
perhaps you can use small flat rate box instead of the medium as it would cut shipping cost by about $5. The small boxes still measure 8-5/8" x 5-3/8" x 1-5/8" so they can fit a couple PCB with ease.
We have not had a good experience with the little USPS box. They always arrive like a truck ran over them since they are mostly empty. :lol:
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