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Custom standalone programming fixture

Posted on Thursday, June 6th, 2013 in Arduino, DIY, programmers by the machinegeek

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Bryan Duxbury writes, ” I designed and built a custom standalone programming fixture for an upcoming manufacturing project. Fun with lasercutting, PCB design (hooray SeeedStudio!) and pogo pins!” Bryan’s design uses the Arduino Uno hardware with programming code based heavily on the AdaLoader project. Visit Bryan’s blog for project details and links.

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One Response to “Custom standalone programming fixture”

  1. James says:

    Awww, the led’s ribbon and acrylic make it look like a baby Orac (Blake’s 7) :)

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