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Jan Waclawek
08/29/05 09:45
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Bratislava
Slovakia


 
#100232 - ostalgie
Responding to: Andy Neil's previous message
These links to pictures just now occured on a local Czech-(Slovak) electronic forum; they depict a kit which was manufactured in the GDR and sold here around the 1980's (and was too expensive for my parents to buy me...). The kit came under name PIKOTRONIK.

http://www.roshor.com/photos/obr1.jpg
http://www.roshor.com/photos/obr2.jpg
http://www.roshor.com/photos/obr3.jpg
http://www.roshor.com/photos/obr4.jpg
http://www.roshor.com/photos/obr5.jpg
http://www.roshor.com/photos/obr6.jpg

The difference to the common "spring-board" type is, thet the parts don't have fixed position and can be arranged in the way one draws the circuits.

Jan Waclawek


List of 40 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Electronics for 10-year-olds?      Andy Neil      08/08/05 18:31      
   No,      Steve M. Taylor      08/09/05 02:21      
   When I was 8 or 9...      Jan Waclawek      08/09/05 03:47      
      Real stuff      Andy Neil      08/09/05 05:53      
         if you are fluent in slavic languages...      Jan Waclawek      08/09/05 06:32      
            Digging out      Steve M. Taylor      08/09/05 06:40      
               logic      Jan Waclawek      08/09/05 07:02      
                  Clunk !      Steve M. Taylor      08/09/05 08:14      
                     relays      Jan Waclawek      08/09/05 08:21      
                        NOISE      Steve M. Taylor      08/09/05 09:50      
                        Relay Logic      Andy Neil      08/09/05 12:07      
   Since my grandfather had customer #1 (wh      Erik Malund      08/09/05 10:04      
      Yes but      Steve M. Taylor      08/09/05 15:33      
         Yes      Jacob Boyce      08/10/05 07:10      
            Butcher      Steve M. Taylor      08/10/05 09:36      
               sharp nasty lego      Terry Lingle      08/10/05 12:27      
                  Ow.      Steve M. Taylor      08/11/05 04:50      
                     LEGO vs. electronics      Jan Waclawek      08/11/05 05:31      
                        waiting for your seconf childhood ?      Erik Malund      08/11/05 06:56      
                           second childhood      Jan Waclawek      08/11/05 14:25      
   Radio Shack kits      Kalpak Dabir      08/19/05 20:24      
      Not in the UK      Andy Neil      08/23/05 03:08      
         That said      Steve M. Taylor      08/23/05 04:23      
            Maplin      Andy Neil      08/23/05 06:33      
               Ah well      Steve M. Taylor      08/23/05 07:21      
                  Meccano is for kids???!!      Andy Neil      08/23/05 08:35      
                     Well      Steve M. Taylor      08/23/05 08:45      
   www.elenco.com      James Hinnant      08/24/05 01:19      
   motivation ...      James Hinnant      08/24/05 01:20      
   $12 electronic playground      James Hinnant      08/25/05 07:01      
      You mean this?      Andy Neil      08/25/05 12:29      
         yeah, that      James Hinnant      08/25/05 19:46      
            cardboard panels      James Hinnant      08/26/05 00:36      
            Easy to get ?      Steve M. Taylor      08/26/05 05:33      
               from our friend Google: call (or have      Erik Malund      08/26/05 07:21      
                  Ask for Jerry Silvers      Jon Ledbetter      08/26/05 07:55      
   other sources for elenco      James Hinnant      08/27/05 20:42      
   ostalgie      Jan Waclawek      08/29/05 09:45      
   fischertechnik, lego mindstorm      James Hinnant      08/29/05 13:51      
   $12.99 electronic playground at Fry's      James Hinnant      09/02/05 21:02      

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