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Post by agniusm » Jan 28 2021 12:36pm

mark 324 wrote:
Jan 27 2021 8:50pm
U can cancel I don’t want anymore
For order to be canceled it needs to be placed in the first place. State your order number here!
I really do not appreciate you spammimg and posting missinformation on my topic.
You stupid PM question are ignored.

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Post by agniusm » Jan 28 2021 12:55pm

john61ct wrote:
Jan 27 2021 10:26pm
Do you mean more than two months or something?

Did you ask for a quote on express carrier?
He is a spammer. He started asking me for dimensions back in 2019.10.10 then came back with the same questions 2020.02 then 2020.05 then 2020.11 and finally 2020.12
He's like, asking whats the difference between 18650 and 21700? :roll:
I need to post hes PM messages here for a laugh :lol:

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Post by tomjasz » Feb 01 2021 1:39pm

mark 324 wrote:
Jan 27 2021 8:42pm
I ordered 1 module and its so long takes delivery dude u most joking !!!!!!!!
Any sensible purchaser will realize that shipping during the pandemic has been a constant issue. You were clealy told there could be delays. I'm waiting on an order, but remember when I did there was a backlog of orders waiting for parts.

The point being, take the whining elsewhere. All good things come in time.
Thanks Justin_le we're here thanks to you. All the best to the mods for their tireless work keeping it on an even keel.

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Post by agniusm » Feb 01 2021 3:32pm

tomjasz wrote:
Feb 01 2021 1:39pm
mark 324 wrote:
Jan 27 2021 8:42pm
I ordered 1 module and its so long takes delivery dude u most joking !!!!!!!!
Any sensible purchaser will realize that shipping during the pandemic has been a constant issue. You were clealy told there could be delays. I'm waiting on an order, but remember when I did there was a backlog of orders waiting for parts.

The point being, take the whining elsewhere. All good things come in time.
He never purchased anything from me. I have doublechecked and there were no orders going to Ireland. I think he mentioned some time ago to maybe get couple samples but it ended there. I think he is a bit ill.

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Post by Manbeer » Feb 01 2021 6:26pm

ok so its really hard for me to tell, i checked the website and glanced at the first and last few pages...Are there any modules that are just series and 1p? Like for guys That may want an alternative to rc Lipos on a low voltage application with say, 6x21700s or something? I've got a couple situations with things I would like that for, like my kids power wheels

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Post by agniusm » Feb 02 2021 12:31am

Manbeer wrote:
Feb 01 2021 6:26pm
ok so its really hard for me to tell, i checked the website and glanced at the first and last few pages...Are there any modules that are just series and 1p? Like for guys That may want an alternative to rc Lipos on a low voltage application with say, 6x21700s or something? I've got a couple situations with things I would like that for, like my kids power wheels
Only series modules i have is 2S. Lowest parallel group is 2P.

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Post by spuzzete » Feb 10 2021 4:59pm

Hi All,

I recently bought some hardware for the NESE modules and I am very happy!

I received the hardware in just 2 weeks (a totally acceptable timeframe for me) and I live in Canada. The hardware was well packaged.

I then printed the modules in PETG on my older 8-bit 3D printer and even using my own settings (0.3mm layer height) instead of the recommended ones, I was able to get decent results 8).
Note my modules are not perfect and this is definitely my fault for not using the recommended settings for 3D printing :D .

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Post by agniusm » Feb 11 2021 2:23am

spuzzete wrote:
Feb 10 2021 4:59pm
Hi All,

I recently bought some hardware for the NESE modules and I am very happy!

I received the hardware in just 2 weeks (a totally acceptable timeframe for me) and I live in Canada. The hardware was well packaged.

I then printed the modules in PETG on my older 8-bit 3D printer and even using my own settings (0.3mm layer height) instead of the recommended ones, I was able to get decent results 8).
Note my modules are not perfect and this is definitely my fault for not using the recommended settings for 3D printing :D .
Thank you for the photos.
0.3mm probably shaved off a lot of printing time :)
If it works, its all good
p.s. i love the machine, like its built on wood board, reused PC PSU and still gets job done. I love the philosophy of reuse, repurpose, rebuild

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Post by spuzzete » Feb 12 2021 8:31pm

agniusm wrote:
Feb 11 2021 2:23am
Thank you for the photos.
0.3mm probably shaved off a lot of printing time :)
If it works, its all good
p.s. i love the machine, like its built on wood board, reused PC PSU and still gets job done. I love the philosophy of reuse, repurpose, rebuild
No worries :D .

Yes, at 0.3mm it saves time. It took about 2.5hrs for the base and 1.5hrs for the lid. I used my own settings mainly because they're optimized for PETG (almost no stringing). My printer is very "primitive" compared to the newer ones but hey, it works well enough for my needs, I don't need to buy a new one yet 8)

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Post by agniusm » Feb 22 2021 4:08am

The prices for the modules have been updated. All prices are now lower and in some cases significantly.

26650 modules are now available for purchase

Information on each module(size, weight) have been updated.
See "Additional Information" on product page

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Post by LewTwo » Feb 22 2021 4:20am

Interesting but no 32650 or 32700 modules ... yet?
The more I learn the more obvious the immensity of my ignorance becomes.
Weight Wennie E-Bike https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 3#p1173723
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Post by agniusm » Feb 22 2021 5:11am

LewTwo wrote:
Feb 22 2021 4:20am
Interesting but no 32650 or 32700 modules ... yet?
Those sizes could be bought with welded threaded studs. They are too big and rare to be feasible.
I have no further plans to make any other sizes, this is it :)

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Post by LewTwo » Feb 22 2021 6:10am

agniusm wrote:
Feb 22 2021 5:11am
LewTwo wrote:
Feb 22 2021 4:20am
Interesting but no 32650 or 32700 modules ... yet?
Those sizes could be bought with welded threaded studs.
That tends to double the cost of the cells :shock:
No harm in asking ... thanks for the reply.
The more I learn the more obvious the immensity of my ignorance becomes.
Weight Wennie E-Bike https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 3#p1173723
Shaft Drive Grocery Getter https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... =6&t=90718
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Post by agniusm » Feb 22 2021 7:43am

LewTwo wrote:
Feb 22 2021 6:10am
agniusm wrote:
Feb 22 2021 5:11am
LewTwo wrote:
Feb 22 2021 4:20am
Interesting but no 32650 or 32700 modules ... yet?
Those sizes could be bought with welded threaded studs.
That tends to double the cost of the cells :shock:
No harm in asking ... thanks for the reply.
With my kit it probably would tripple :)

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Post by neptronix » Feb 22 2021 11:40am

The idea of using 3xxxx cells for a 1P pack is very appealing, but i also don't know of any decent cells in that size.
I don't know of a 26650 that is worth using other than A123's cells.

Offerings in the 3xxxx size are even more scant.

Agnuism, it's cool you are ahead of the game by making these larger cell format versions of your product.
Hopefully the market catches up with your innovation. :)
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Post by agniusm » Feb 22 2021 12:05pm

neptronix wrote:
Feb 22 2021 11:40am
The idea of using 3xxxx cells for a 1P pack is very appealing, but i also don't know of any decent cells in that size.
I don't know of a 26650 that is worth using other than A123's cells.

Offerings in the 3xxxx size are even more scant.

Agnuism, it's cool you are ahead of the game by making these larger cell format versions of your product.
Hopefully the market catches up with your innovation. :)
Thanks. I hope so too. Its always hard to swallow that first price pill but i have many customers who order again and again. I am guessing, they dont want to spend that much time welding :)

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Post by spinningmagnets » Feb 22 2021 1:14pm

For anyone who is curious about what these modules could be used for besides an ebike, there are a lot of children's toy electric cars that run off of a pair of lead-acid wheelchair batteries for 24V.

A seven-cell in series pack of 18650s of the same volume of the original 2S SLA PACK would run twice as long as the original pack.

One guy found a pink barbie Jeep in the trash with dead batteries. He spray painted it in Army camo green/brown and put in a lithium 7S pack. His son LOVED it.

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Post by john61ct » Feb 22 2021 3:28pm

Portable powerpacks run a stereo for parties out in the wilderness

Mothership House bank, subset swapped out for powering the dinghy

Take ashore camping on a deserted island

build a shack put up a few panels, power tools

back home, use for power outages

bring along on the camper / trailer / RV / expo truck.

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Post by agniusm » Feb 22 2021 4:45pm

spinningmagnets wrote:
Feb 22 2021 1:14pm
For anyone who is curious about what these modules could be used for besides an ebike, there are a lot of children's toy electric cars that run off of a pair of lead-acid wheelchair batteries for 24V.

A seven-cell in series pack of 18650s of the same volume of the original 2S SLA PACK would run twice as long as the original pack.

One guy found a pink barbie Jeep in the trash with dead batteries. He spray painted it in Army camo green/brown and put in a lithium 7S pack. His son LOVED it.
Yes, i did that too, couple pages back, 7p, only i converted a pedal car. Also have couple customer who used them for same reason

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Also have customers using them for video/photo shooting, diy robotic movers, underwater scooters, car audio, elektric skateboards, electric hydrofoils

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Post by tomjasz » Feb 22 2021 6:31pm

john61ct wrote:
Feb 22 2021 3:28pm
Portable powerpacks run a stereo for parties out in the wilderness

Mothership House bank, subset swapped out for powering the dinghy

Take ashore camping on a deserted island

build a shack put up a few panels, power tools

back home, use for power outages

bring along on the camper / trailer / RV / expo truck.
So, do you have a NESE battery build?
Thanks Justin_le we're here thanks to you. All the best to the mods for their tireless work keeping it on an even keel.

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Post by john61ct » Feb 22 2021 9:15pm

No, have mod ideas that might work for me but OT for the thread, OP already stated they are not interested.

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Post by agniusm » Feb 23 2021 4:26am

john61ct wrote:
Feb 22 2021 9:15pm
No, have mod ideas that might work for me but OT for the thread, OP already stated they are not interested.

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Does not mean you cant get CAD files from me, do modifications you need and print yourself or ask your friend or get in touch for custom order :)

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Post by john61ct » Feb 23 2021 8:39am

Yes I appreciate that, just a "maybe someday" later stage project.

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Post by agniusm » Feb 27 2021 6:20am

Forgot to mention, 21700 tabs are redone and now have larger area

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