This is the tenth part in a series of blog posts. The previous post was Amiga floppy recovery project: what next?. The whole series is available here: Amiga.

Rotary encoder, OLED display and mount

Rotary encoder, OLED display and mount

I haven't made any substantive progress on my Amiga floppy recovery project for a while, but I felt like some retail therapy a few days ago so I bought a rotary encoder and OLED display for the Gotek floppy disk emulator along with a 3D-printed mount for them. I'm pleased with the results! The rather undescriptive "DSKA0001" in the picture is a result of my floppy image naming scheme: the display is capable of much more useful labels such as "Lemmings", "Deluxe Paint IV", etc.

The Gotek and all the new bits can now be moved inside the Amiga A500's chassis.


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