Arduino compatible bare PCBs
Chetan Bhargava email (remove spam text)
> No, not really. The basis of the revolution is a controller already
> built, with an accessible and easy to install tool chain, and a
> community of interest. Being able to build your own controller isn't
> a common focus of that community.
Not really IMHO, the magic lies in the Arduino software.
> Pricing is set by economies of scale in production. banggood.com has
> some populated PCBs from $3 or so. Buying bare PCBs and parts won't
> get you that kind of pricing.
I totally agree with you on pricing being set by
economics.Unfortunately FTDI lost that battle.
> Not the sort of friend I'd like. ;-) "Here, try this, but you have
> to build it first."
Yes, my friend is a hardcore Elektor reader and well versed in etching
his own PCB since 1980s. :-)
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