Yup. Also, there are a number of manufacturers who specialize in Eurorack module assembly that could help boost availability as well. Didn't mean to sound negative above - just wanted to be clear that the current run will be sold out soon and there isn't currently a scheduled resupply.
If there is a small amount of additional demand, the existing maker community should be able to handle it . Just look at Instagram - there are tons of O_C out there at this point.
If the demand is higher, either through non-lines Teletype users wanting in on the game and/or existing users wanting to add a few more to their setup, I can look to more automated methods of manufacture in the future and hopefully figure something out that works.
Here is a shot of the v.015A firmware creation in progress ... on a plane! The oscilloscope display represents two CV outputs running oscillators and logarithmic envelopes. The blue one is running at medium LFO rates and the purple one is running at extremely slow LFO rates, creating a periodic, random-feeling pulse of varying height:
Here are two scripts running on CV 1 and 2. The first shifts an oscillator to run in the range of 0V to 5V. The second inverts and envelope to trigger downward to zero from 5V.
Scripts work like this; for CV 1:
TO.CV.SET 1 VV 250
TO.OSC.LFO 1 600
TO.OSC.CTR 1 VV 250
It creates an oscillator that covers the range of +/- 2.5V and then shifts it up 2.5V.
The second uses the way that envelopes interact with offsets and negative voltages to create an envelope that rests at 5V and drops to 0V.
TO.CV.SET 2 V -5
TO.ENV.ACT 2 1
TO.CV.OFF 2 V 5
This creates an envelope that will pulse from 0V to -5V and then shifts that center point up by 5V using an offset. A 1s metronome is pinging the envelope with
Here is another shot showing the clear difference between linear and logarithmic envelopes:
L 1 2: TO.CV.SET I V 10
L 1 2: TO.OSC.FQ I 110
L 1 2: TO.ENV.DEC I 1000
L 1 2: TO.ENV.ACT I 1
TO.CV.LOG 1 1
Both CV outputs are set to oscillate +/- 10V and both are given envelopes that decay over a second and trigger every second. Only CV 1 is set to logarithmic mode (mode 1 covers the 10V range). A periodic 1s metronome is pinging both envelopes with
L 1 2: TO.ENV.TRIG I. The logarithmic curve is fixed due to CPU constraints and is consistent with the Teletype's
LOG curve (e.g. pow(N, 4)).