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Tommy Rev0 update

Posted on Friday, June 21st, 2013 in dev boards by DP

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Parker Dillmann of Longhorn Engineer posted an update on his project Rev0 of Tommy we covered previously:

The parts for REV 0 of Tommy arrived from Mouser today. Just finished soldering the Propeller portion and it worked first try. I also updated the page for Tommy.

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2 Responses to “Tommy Rev0 update”

  1. voodooman says:

    looks like you went a little crazy with the flux there. or did you sneeze on the board just prior to taking the picture?

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