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“A crazy way to convert a 600mil DIP to 300mil. [LPC1114]”


“A crazy way to convert a 600mil DIP to 300mil. [LPC1114]” – it’s really the music that makes this work out.


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1 Comment

  1. I am really impressed you were able to pull that off. I’m envious that you have a CNC mill which is that precise.

    If you had it to do over again, would you just remove 150 mils of epoxy in from each side from the top and bottom, and leave the lead thickness intact? After all, that’s what you ultimately did on top only, to expose the leads after you ground off their length.

    Of course, it might take a bit of hand work with a knife to remove the .2mm of epoxy between the leads. But that way you could just bend the leads back down at 90 degrees and shorten them a bit. You could have saved all of that soldering and re-epoxying.

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