The estimated ship date for the next batch of Nixie Tap - DIY Kits has been updated to February 2021. Read the full update.
There is a new firmware out! It fixes bugs that some people encountered, and it brings up a redesigned hotspot, which will be way easier and more logical to use. Read the full update.
If you ordered a Nixie Tap DIY kit, the good news is that you probably received it already. Bad news is, some kits were damaged during transport. Read the full update.
This update will be short and sweet: Nixie Taps have arrived to the Crowd Supply warehouse! Please make sure that your shipping information is correct, your units will be shipped soon. Read the full update.
First of all, I would like to apologize for the delay. The main cause was the long lead time of some parts, but now that this issue is solved, there should be no more delays. For the last two weeks, we've been producing kits and assembled Nixie Taps, here in Novi Sad. Each unit is hand-assembled, and stress tested for at least 48 hours. Read the full update.
Here's what we've been up to since the previous update. On the design side, all PCBs have been designed, and put into production. Read the full update.
Thank you for backing us! Here's what we've been up to in the meanwhile. Power supply section was tested, and we found that it has ~84% efficiency, which is a figure we're happy with... Read the full update.
Only three days left! Since the campaign has attracted more than 75% of its goal, it’s time to start preparing for the production. As a first step, I wanted to see how the current prototype performs thermally. Thermal stress reduces part life, and, if present, it may be a sign that there is something wrong. Read the full update.
The campaign has crossed the 50% mark, with slightly less than two weeks remaining. Read the full update.