Here's a test board for something I have in the hopper - Because an empty canvas is a terrible thing to waste.
I've written more about how I did it (in Altium) here, but the important takeaway is the colour pallet I sampled:
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Thanks for the interest, Ed
hey man thanks for checking out my first project. I don't really have a clue what I'm doing but I have a nack for figuring it out I guess. If you'd like to help feel free to hit me up, I'm sure you could be helpful. :
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Wow, that was quick. I just posted a few min ago. Thanks for following!
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thank you for the skull :)
I will do my best to update and document it!
Thanks much for following my #LiFePO4wered/Pi project! :)
Thanks for the follow! Any feedback is welcome, I want to make my project useful for as many people as possible.
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Thanks for the interest, Jarrett! I'm excited to check out this page and the stuff you're doing too!
thanks for following my project! It's still very early stages, so if you have any ideas/comments I'm all ears!
Thanks for Following my motor control project! I was looking at your EDM board etching project and it looks very nicely done.
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