I finally used Eagle to whip up my first PCB. I used OSHPark for the fabrication and it came out awesome. It’s going to be going into a revamp of the Pi Thermal Cam project that I did back in November 2017.
From Radomir Dopieralski on Hackaday.io:
A shield for Adafruit Feather boards with buttons and a LED matrix display, for simple games.
All the logic, sound and light effects of the GlowSaber are performed by a small microprocessor board. In this tutorial I will explain, step by step how to put together the main board of a GlowSaber.
One premise that I had while designing the GlowSaber was that I should be able to build all of it with tools that I already have. That limited the materials I could choose to those that I could cut, drill and glue with just the basic tools:
cvadillo has shared the board on OSH Park:
With 4 of HP QDSP-6064 bubble displays in a drawer I felt ready to do something with them and the “Clocks for Social Good” – call on hackaday.com finally got me going
The design files are available on GitHub:
I used the CAPSENSE_CIRCLE component and footprint from the Wickerlib KiCad library to create the cap touch buttons:
Bill of Materials:
- Repo: teensy-touch
- File: teensy-touch.kicad_pcb
- Commit: 5fb2f44 connect GND pin for OLED to GND plane
Help your Feather fly into the IoT clouds with this awesome LoRaWAN module from MicroChip.
SyncChannelBlog has shared the board on OSH Park: