Thermoshine Frost Pro

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  1. Fizzy150

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    does any one no where to buy a thermoshine frost pro pump controller?
    i have seen them on youtube and can not find them any where on the internet can any one help

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAYnzY27ODk
     
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  2. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

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    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=buy+thermoshine+frost+pro+pump+controller
     
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    not tried it but it looks good
     
  5. Smurf

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    The guy that invented this is a member of this forum :D
     
  6. Njones

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    Thats one of my gizmo's - - that's an old video & I've changed the design a lot since then though!

    The old controller was digital, and the guy who built it & programmed it was in India - The distance & language barrier finally got the better of the project (I tried my best for near 2 years!),.. I couldn't get him to produce the system exactly as I needed it (it was VERY slow to respond when you pressed the buttons) and to the quality that I needed.

    So I simplified - switched to analogue components & modules I could source myself & put together myself (it really isn't very complicated) and ended up with this: http://www.indiegogo.com/flowtek2012?c=activity

    The problem with this approach is that its very time consuming to put them together, and when you're doing it all by hand, quality control is a concern. I had planned to use the profits from the indiegogo campaign to get PCB's designed & built on an automated assembly line which would remove a lot of the assembly work/time & reduce concerns about inconsistent quality of handmade units - - unfortunately there was a lot less interest than I expected,.. so I've had to stop & re-think my approach. I've still got a load of unassembled components & I'm not sure what to do with them!
     
  7. bluemonkey

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    i was going to say i though nat invented it and then stopped for some reason
     
  8. Fizzy150

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    sell me one i would love one for the winter bud
     
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    If there's enough demand I'd consider going back into production, building just one unit is very time consuming though and I'm really under pressure for time at the moment,.. sorry!

    I had big plans for this - its so easy to add remote control to the unit too - but its something that really requires a lot of investment or a lot of time to get going and at the moment I can't give either. I'd love to see the project go further, but it might take someone else taking over to really get it off the ground.
     
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