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Workshop Update for April 1st, 2013

Posted on Monday, April 1st, 2013 in Workshop Update by DP

exercise8_tilt_W600

We continue to source parts for the upcoming kits in Shenzhen. Taking pictures as they arrive, and assembling an instructional booklet. Work on the in-depth documentation continues.

Another image was generated.  At your request we changed the angle a bit. We also generated the standard up-front view of this exercise, which you can check out below.

exercise8_W600

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6 Responses to “Workshop Update for April 1st, 2013”

  1. dayne says:

    Seriously cant wait for this kit! you guys are driving me bonkers with the teasing!

  2. Callen says:

    The angled view adds a LOT of clarity to the breadboard. Looks great!

  3. JBeale says:

    The new angled view looks very nice, I definitely prefer that one.

  4. Alan says:

    The semi-isometric view is an improvement. This is how I want MY stuff to look.

    So – now I need to go through your notes, trying to emulate your look [sigh]
    But I’m using KiCad, not Eagle. Wish me luck.

  5. dolabra says:

    One comment. It is a little hard to see which pins on the BusPirate the jumpers go to. I wonder if you should render it with out the shrouded header? Or maybe you can make the shroud transparent?

    • Alan says:

      If the jumper cables were the same colo[u]r as the Seeed jumper ribbon cable. all you would need is a quick reminder of which colo[u]r goes to which pin.

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