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    Teensy 3.6 ultra high-res high quality photos

    Here is a high-quality macro photo taken of the back of the final release Teensy 3.6 (i.e., this is not a beta board). It is cropped to a resolution of 3555x1146 (4 MP cropped). It was taken by me at a photographer friend's house using his Canon 6D, 180/3.5L lens at f/13 ISO:100, lens/lighting was corrected by me.

    You can use these to make decisions on what traces to cut, what parts to solder on to the board (and where), perhaps how to do custom additional boards/pins, or just admire them when you have nothing better to do (I know I am...). Enjoy!

    If you haven't used extrazoom.com for viewing large images before, here are some usage tips:

    1. The pictures start out relatively small (i.e., they are shrunk to fit fully into your browser window)
    2. Zoom in on a part of the image by somewhere on the image
    3. Pan to different parts of the board by dragging the image with your mouse/trackball/touchpad
    4. Right click on the image to bring up a menu with other zoom options (e.g., ability to zoom in/out and to reset the zoom to "fit into window")

    This is a photo of the front of the board (Warning: Some serious HD electronic circuitry porn here ):

    Front of Teensy 3.6 (image hosted at extrazoom.com)

    This is a photo of the back of the board:

    Back of Teensy 3.6 (image hosted at extrazoom.com)

    These photos may be used freely by anyone for any purpose whatsoever (including promotion of the Teensy) as long as credit is given to me using my handle here on this forum (SharpEars).
    Last edited by SharpEars; 11-05-2016 at 10:14 PM.

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    Senior Member+ Frank B's Avatar
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    Oh, there was an offset for the drilling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank B View Post
    Oh, there was an offset for the drilling.
    I noticed that as well. Such is life when electronics are Made in China. Do keep in mind that we are nitpicking a couple hundred μm offset here (i.e., no biggie electronically/mechanically and only relevant for those with OCD and looking at high res images). The USB connector is also tilted by 2-3, but who's counting...

    I don't think I've ever seen a perfectly milled board in any case, because they're all manufactured in numbers and within reasonable ISO 9001:2008 (or ISO 9001:2015 if you choose a very high quality factory) tolerance levels.
    Last edited by SharpEars; 11-05-2016 at 06:50 PM.

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    This is what you get if you place it on a flatbed scanner:

    FRONT: https://goo.gl/photos/sePEGseEpRnZzGKu7
    REAR: https://goo.gl/photos/Lnf5srENy2ddvuAC9

    Scanned at 24-Bit 6400 dpi - Epson V600
    I notice on mine that the drills are spot on, but the solder mask is off ever so slightly on the back.
    Last edited by Wozzy; 11-05-2016 at 08:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wozzy View Post
    This is what you get if you place it on a flatbed scanner:

    FRONT: https://goo.gl/photos/sePEGseEpRnZzGKu7
    REAR: https://goo.gl/photos/Lnf5srENy2ddvuAC9

    Scanned at 24-Bit 6400 dpi - Epson V600
    I notice on mine that the drills are spot on, but the solder mask is off ever so slightly on the back.
    Nice! I just realized you can use your mouse wheel to zoom in and out of that.

    Actually, with regard to the milling, the smaller plated through holes (i.e., not the outer connectors) are quite a bit off. This is especially visible in the center of the board. These are less important than the connector holes, because normally, you don't solder anything to them. So, good board sample, mate!
    Last edited by SharpEars; 11-05-2016 at 10:14 PM.

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