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JarrettR committed Jun 1, 2017
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# What is this?
My custom Altium library. Anybody serious about schematic capture software needs their own. Some of these will be done from scratch, some modified from standard library parts.

A selection of Altium libraries that I have found useful.

Additionally, included is my custom Altium library. Anybody serious about schematic capture software needs their own. Some of these are done from scratch, some modified from standard library parts.

Don't trust these!

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# What is this?

A whimsical test of the colours produced by commercial boardhouses.

![Sam-I-Am Components](Sam-I-Am-Components.png)

![Sam-I-Am board](Sam-I-Am-Phys-768x583.jpg)

Also see:

https://jrainimo.com/build/?p=1214
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# What is this?

Nothing, yet!

The goal is to have a tiny flashdrive form-factor USB toy/dev board.
The USB board contacts will have to be drawn by hand because I can't find any I like.
It will also require an ENIG coating, otherwise corrosion will stop it from working in, like, a month.
The orignal goal of this was to have a tiny flashdrive form-factor USB toy/dev board. That got spun out into [this](http://www.oddjack.com/?certs=JarrettR/USBvil) repo and completed.

# What next?

It would be nice to have a more powerful microcontroller on board, some more pins out, and generally a better experimentation platform with less of a focus on minimising cost.

I'll create my own USB male board contact pattern, because it's fun. This folder is mostly for storing reference photos, currently.

# BOM
1 x 12MHz crytal 403C11A12M00000
Note to self: hard gold plating is required for finger contacts.
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# What is this?

The Raspberry Pi has something called a Computer module. It's a full RaspPi, with the form factor of a stick of laptop RAM. This is a wiring harness for Altium to make generating new boards for it really really easy.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has product called the Compute Module. It's a full RaspPi, but in the SODIMM2 form factor, originally for laptop RAM. This is a wiring harness for Altium to make generating new boards for it really really easy.


Naturally, by the time I finished this much, I had no idea what to do with it.
Naturally, by the time I finished this portion of the work, I had no idea what to do with it. So, someday, I will make a Compute Module project, but not today.

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