- Twitalu v0.1 PCBs
After a very exciting unboxing of the first ever PCBs that Jeremy and I have ever ordered, I started the task of constructing and populating the boards.
The first task was to break the tabs that we had created to avoid PCBTrain’s pricing. This proved to be really easy with a guillotine. The edges of each board were then sanded down on a belt sander to smooth out the tabs. Continue reading
That’s right everyone, after a few weeks of tense waiting and software writing the first version of the PCBs have finally arrived so let’s have a peek inside the box.
“I’m so excited, and I just can’t hide it…”
Ok, so we know we’ve been quiet for a little while now but that’s only because we’ve made epic progress.
Last we said was that we’d laid out the PCBs ready for ordering them. Well, we have ordered them but it all underwent a full re-work and re-plan before submitting the orders finally because we learnt a few important things.
V0.1 of the TwitALU PCB layout