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Soldered prototypes

Posted on Friday, October 22nd, 2010 in BP v4, PCBs, testing by Ian

A big box of PCBs arrived earlier today. Here’s the current progress: 3 PIC USB LCD backpacks, 2 Bus Pirate v4, and a USB POV Toy. Still waiting on a couple parts, but these boards are almost done.

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