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RTCC shield kit with a prototype PCB from Dirty PCB’s

Posted on Tuesday, May 13th, 2014 in PCBs by DP

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‏@Velleman_RnD tweeted, “RTCC shield kit.  Proto pcb made by the good people from Dirty PCB’s”

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3 Responses to “RTCC shield kit with a prototype PCB from Dirty PCB’s”

  1. Arsenio Dev says:

    Wait a second….. The dirty pcbs isn’t just a joke? its an actual service now? :D

  2. Mike says:

    I guess they felt sorry for us and did us a one time favor :-). Anyway, the PCB’s were ‘clean’ and functional. Thanks guys and see you in San Mateo!

  3. Sleepwalker3 says:

    Beats me, I’m not sure if it is still a joke or not

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