Screaming Circuits: September 2014

PROTOTYPE AND SMALL VOLUME
PCB ASSEMBLY MADE EASY

QFN? QFP? QFwhat?

The QFN (quad flat pack, no leads) has become my favorite integrated circuit package. It's very compact, yet is easier to use than a micro BGA. Micro BGAs of 0.5mm and smaller pitch become a bit more difficult and costly... Read more

Does Anybody Really Care?

The upside of a visible identity is that people see you can might possibly care and understand. The downside, is that people can find you. Today, I'm sort of treading the line between the two. I'm testing out some Twitter... Read more

PART 2, SCREAMING CIRCUITS AND THE MAKER COMMUNITY

My last post mused on the affordability of assembly at Screaming Circuits for the maker/very small business/kickstarter community. My hypothetical Arduino-compatible dual motor driver Kickstarter came out to $9.81 per board at a quantity of 250. That's probably more than... Read more

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