Thursday, November 24, 2011

Teensy Programming Shield

I had some time this morning to install the headers on the Teensy Programming Shield which I just received from the FAB Shop (see previous post). With plated through holes, soldering of parts (headers) is much easier than experienced with Homebrew double sided boards.

Headers Installed


1 comment:

  1. Nice board design. I love working the the Teensy 2 & 2++ but haven't seen all that many modular boards for it, especially in comparison to arduino 'shields'.

    It looks great! I've spent many hours familiarizing myself with eagle but when it comes time to making a board, I've always just grabbed a sharpie marker, ruler, ferric chloride and copper.
    Seeing beautiful boards like this, especially when used for something with a smaller form factor like the teensy, makes me realize that it may be time to take the plunge and get a board fabricated professionally.

    Thanks again for sharing,