07/21/2017 at 03:44 •
I felt inspired to make an 0603 version using solder pads that are bit bigger to facilitate hand soldering.
I think 0805 is the most popular in the wide field of surface mount hand soldering but having recently made boards with 0603 components I think it is necessary to stock a board for this smaller size as well.
I have concluded 0402 is a young/near-sighted person's game but don't let that stop you from taking that challenge!
04/24/2016 at 21:44 •
I used the pin^2 0805 board to make a standalone PWM module. I documented it on this link here
04/08/2016 at 14:02 •
Just posted a breakout board for SOT23-6 devices. The breakout board is SIL in design and accommodates pads to place 0805 components across any pair of terminals on the SOT23 IC. So you can pull up your signals, bypass your VCC and GND, etc all one simple board that easily plugs into your breadboard.
Check it out on my tindie page:
To determine where to place your components, look at the labeled pads below.
So to put a component across pins 1 and 3 of your IC, look for the pair of opposing pads labeled PIN1 and PIN3 (on the left side of the image below).