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ViaConnect circuit board test tool

Posted on Wednesday, June 1st, 2016 in open source, tools by DP

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David Spinden writes, “Wanted to pass along an open source hardware circuit board tool that allows a person that has a circuit board that has vias for .1 inch headers, but has no headers to prototype for their idea. Using a spring contact, the ViaConnect attaches directly to the via. It is great for students who can’t solder, hobbiest who don’t want to solder the headers,or professionals who want to try something in the lab, factory or field. The instructions include parts that can be bought at Digikey and Amazon.”

Project info at Hackaday.io

Via the contact form.

Check out the video after the break.

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