Searching X1000 IO Shield

AmigaOne X1000 platform specific issues.
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Benny
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Searching X1000 IO Shield

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My machine does not have the IO Shield or backplate. Does one know if there are any left, somewhere, in an Amigashop ?
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Re: Searching X1000 IO Shield

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Tried AmigaKit?
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tonyw wrote:Tried AmigaKit?

Yes, I checked the webshop.
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Back in the day, before they had an official backplate, I made my own by cutting up a DVD case and drilling/cutting some holes. Looked and worked well enough.
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There's a lha file attached.
Inside that is a PDF file
that describes how to make a backplate.

Or something like that.
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Nice, could you do that in cm, please? :-P
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Re: Searching X1000 IO Shield

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Could I? Yes.

_Would_ I?
Not today.

Here's an "Amiga Answer".. Create a text file s:shell/InchToCm
.key Inch/A
.bra {
.ket }
calculator compute 2.54 * {Inch}

then "protect s:shell/InchToCm +s"

And now, thanks to the magic of Amiga, you may type

InchtoCm 3.75
9.525


You're welcome!
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Re: Searching X1000 IO Shield

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LyleHaze wrote:There's a lha file attached.
Inside that is a PDF file
that describes how to make a backplate.

Or something like that.
Thanks!

Today I had an answer from Amigakit by email that they had a few left...
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Re: Searching X1000 IO Shield

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tonyw wrote:Tried AmigaKit?
Yes I tried Amigakit.

Their last reply was on the 27th of March, I replied 3 times how I could order the Shield and some additional goods in their store. But still waiting.
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