The project is to create a breadboard friendly breakout board for the LT1028 ultralow noise op amp commonly used for audio applications. The board is designed to use two LT1028 boards for stereo applications.
Today I ran a small batch of 6 panels with 30 boards per panel. Solder paste was applied using a stainless steel stencil from OSH Stencils, then the panels were placed into the desktop pick and place machine. After doing a reflow in my AS-5001 from SMTmax, a quick quality inspection is needed. Once all the boards are confirmed as good, they are ready to be packaged for sale on Dave's Dev Lab Tindie Store.