Workshop Update for December 10th, 2012

Posted on Monday, December 10th, 2012 in Workshop Update by DP

We’re editing the tomorrows video. It’s the interview with Dimitri from the recently controversial Smartduino project, a market veteran with 7 years experience running market stalls and exporting components.

We’re working on a Bus Pirate kit, and today we designed an acrylic board which will hold the Bus Pirate and a half-sized breakout board.

We converted the original 6.xx Eagle version of the header-less connector to a 5.xx version. We really liked this design, and are seriously thinking of incorporating it in our future projects.

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One Response to “Workshop Update for December 10th, 2012”

  1. AMS says:

    Is it a BPv4?

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