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  • #6628
    Just4Fun
    Participant

    I started developing the ARMando PCB, the card to start using the STM32 MCUs (ARM Cortex a 32 bit) that… there was not…

    Stay tuned… 🙂

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Just4Fun.
    • This topic was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Just4Fun.
    #6631
    Amilcare
    Keymaster

    The initial instrument has misled me, however beautiful, 🙂

    #6654
    Just4Fun
    Participant

    I have completed a first draft of placement (without routing) trying to optimize the ratnest:

    Now the more delicate phase begins…

    #6706
    Just4Fun
    Participant

    We are almost there… since I was there I also added the fiducials… have you ever seen a pick remedy? & place…

    #6927
    Just4Fun
    Participant

    I started testing Armando (STM32F030R8):

    Stay tuned… 🙂

    #6966
    Picmicro675
    Moderator

    Because there are no stackable pins as for Arducosi ?
    Or maybe like BeagleBone's, which are well arranged in two rows. However, the idea of ​​double-row types would apply, that you could recover some flat-cable IDE disks. Also because there are several SBCs that already have the shape and possibly the RPi standard could also be maintained in order to make use of those tickets already on the market.

    #6978
    Just4Fun
    Participant

    You can stack as for Arduino, but the pin geometry is different. I'm not interested in having compatibility with “shieds” Arduino.
    I think I will later release the gerber for a stackable type card “veroboard” (step 100mils) in order to make prototypes with THP components.

    Now I am preparing videos to show how to configure both Arduino IDE and STM32CubeIDE (the official development system of ST, from Atollic) to program ARMando using the serial port on USB (that is, without using STLINK)…

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by Just4Fun.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by Just4Fun.
    #6981
    Giuseppe
    Participant

    It seems a good job compliments Just4Fun

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