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hows the testing going, have you found any bugs with it yet?
Its looking more doubtful that I will be selling the board due to the time required to make them.
could you post more videos and possibly some close up pictures!?
wow! it looks great... is there a possibility that in addition to that power plug you could add headers for a power option for use with a battery?
is there a possibility that in addition to that power plug you could add headers for a power option for use with a battery
Its looking more doubtful that I will be selling the board due to the time required to make them.we told you so!you should seriously consider hiring some skilled solderers from your local school or something...about how much do you think places will charge to manufacture it?
looks kind of like the mega...
What about a kit? Or just sell bare board?
ok, that's fair enough, so how many of these boards do you expect to make? i know i will probably want one...and i would expect at least another 100 people to want one.
I doubt two many other people would want to build it as a kit. Soldering .5mm spaced leads is not an easy task without the proper equipment and skill.
A kit or a plain PCB would be a piece of cake for me that is true.
Quote from: sonictj on July 14, 2009, 10:47:53 PMA kit or a plain PCB would be a piece of cake for me that is true.be nice for us too, how much do you reckon a kit would cost, if you bought parts in bulk?
There is no through hole ATmega640/1280/2560
that would defeat the purpose. I can solder the other stuff up very quickly its the atmega that is difficult.