- This topic has 5 replies, 2 voices, and was last updated 3 years, 5 months ago by Theo Bosters.
2019-04-09 at 22:55 #2759Okan ArslangirayGuest
Hi to everyone,
First of all, thank you to Martyn for sharing this wonderful project with us.
I designed a PCB for DropController V2.
I sent it to the PCB Manufacturer.
It was finally delivered and did the assembly.
And everything works properly.
Here’s some photos,
- This topic was modified 3 years, 3 months ago by Martyn.
2019-04-09 at 23:00 #2760Okan ArslangirayGuest
Photos do not appear in the first message.
I will try again.
2019-04-09 at 23:06 #2761Okan ArslangirayGuest
I couldn’t do it again.
Please right click the photos icon and choose “Open picture in new Tab”
It works for me.
2019-04-10 at 08:38 #2762MartynKeymaster
The board looks good. I really need to learn how to make PCBs.
Until I figure out how to let people embed photos I have copied the links:
2019-04-10 at 16:05 #2773Okan ArslangirayGuest
Thank you for the corrected links.
The PCB works great. But I have only one mistake on the PCB.
The 3.5 mm stereo jack pins are opposite.
I solved the problem by soldering to the bottom side of PCB, it’s normally placed on the top side.
2019-04-10 at 20:30 #2774Theo BostersGuest
had the same problem with the stereo plugs, only i reconected the cable inside the stereo jack