There is not too much new to report since our last update on the 14th and what there is all technical.
@cameron and I were over at our PCB fabrication facility today. The new electronics flashing equipment is working well. The line leaders had some suggestions for ways we can decrease handling time while increasing test coverage for QC. We have come up with a way to tailor our initial boot-up code to run through some tests that make quality assessment simpler so we will implement that this week.
There are always small mechanical things we need to straighten out during assembly - nothing huge, just a dozen things that are constantly in flux like for instance some of the screws we were sourcing increased in length by 0.3mm during a vendor change which effects how tightly two of the parts are secured - this in turn means the assembly workflow gets adjusted which means how we perform one step of one stage of QC gets recalibrated and new documentation is issued to the line.
I will be heading back to the factory tomorrow to follow up on a two more issues like that, but things are positive. We have authorized a larger run based on the results from the past few days. It's still too soon for me to give you updates on ship times but we will keep working away to get things sorted for you and keep the updates coming.