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  • That's a great idea - I haven't come across someone developing a 'standard' header for their home projects. It's a really neat idea just being able to swap an old processor board out with a new one.

    (If you wrote that all up, I'm sure would feature it - they love that stuff :)

    and the boards are great quality

    Yes - I've used Ragworm, OSHPark and DirtyPCBs. The OSHPark ones are by far the best quality and reliably so. DirtyPCBs is acceptable an cheap, but the quality seems to vary. Ragworm were fine, but the edges of pads and traces just didn't 'feel' as good (not sure how to quantify that!).


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