Monthly Archives: November 2010
Well that took a while. But the PCBs made by Seeed studios arrived today. I didn’t get a chance to populate them yet. Maybe I’ll get a chance to work on that tomorrow.
I’ve done some work on the CNC machine yesterday and I was able to engrave some really fine text onto plastic. This is the first application for the machine that I have in mind. At work we make some hardware. … Continue reading
The LPC-815 sleds and goggles arrived today. This guy made a great video showing you how to extract the diodes without harming them. Note that these are LOC (long open can) style diodes. That means the internals are not protected! … Continue reading
With what I learned from revision 1 of the parallel port interface PCB I designed the new version. The goals I wanted to achieve compared to revision 1 are: Better protection of parallel port. Input / Ouput selection for bidirectional … Continue reading