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    Redesign Teensy PCB on my own PCB

    Hello guys,
    I'm working on a prototype of a project with Teensy 4.0.

    If the prototype is satisfactory we may decide to try making a version for the market.
    Having said that, I would like to continue using all the Teensyduino Libs but on one of my own PCBs.

    In practice therefore I would like to "melt" the teensy on the PCB of my product. Redesigning the teensy schema on the PCB of my product.
    I imagine that this would allow me, for example, also to have a greater number of PINs, removing some expander.

    Has anyone had a similar experience? What problems do you face?

    Thanks so much

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    Not with the Teensy 4.0, since the bootloader chip isn't available yet, but plenty of people have with the Teensy 3.x. Be sure to read through the links on this page:
    https://www.pjrc.com/store/ic_mkl02.html

    With the Teensy 3.6, I have created projects that use more than the standard pins. You need to update the core libraries to make those pins available, but it was a straightforward process using the other pin definitions as a template.

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    Ok thanks, I really appreciate your response.
    I didn't know nothing about bootloader. So now I know what's the point.

    Andrea

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