I think OSH Park’s flex PCB is probably not flexible enough, though.
If it is the same thickness as the prototypes I saw then probably you are right. It is not super thin.
I just ordered some pyralux a few days ago. Gonna play with etching my own flex pcbs. Interested to see how well the toner transfer method works and see if it's possible to use a plotter to draw with some of the pcb masking pens directly on it
great, so no problem with me hesitating due to shipment out of US :)
it's an awesome project
@esden are you planning any more major changes to the fx2grok-flat? I'm Planning to organize a group buy and build at the local hackerspace to get us some logic analyzers at the space and teach others how to use them
@jrozner yes especially related to the wire harness...
but you are welcome to build some for your hackerspace
They do work already and I use mine on occasion to debug a thing.
is there a timeline you have in mind? If it's soon I'll probably wait because I don't think it would happen until feb anyway
@esden what should be loaded onto the icebreaker for the start of the wtfpga workshop?
I have the blink example from the iCEBreaker-examples repository usually loaded onto the boards
As this is what I use for the sting them
Also I recommend asking iCEBreaker related questions in the iCEBreaker/lobby channel ;)
The new workshop will be “self” resetting
Meaning that the first step of the workshop will be loading the correct bitstream
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Already have three of them. Still looking for services besides GitHub where I can actually use them. ;)