Mega2560 R3 Pro Mini


#43

Do you mean the USB connector end? If so that is easy to move without touching the pins … I just moved the USB connector and its associated parts down a bit so it is centered on the board as I expect it should be. I hadn’t noticed it was a little out til you mentioned it. Just selected the parts I wanted, grouped them then moved them down in y a bit.

Peter


#44

Mainly the large 2560 chip, but yes other stuff as well.
Mine is the top one, but when the guy trimmed the top of it it offset some stuff. I eye-balled stuff until it looked like the pics on the net.


I have to take your part apart and see how it’s done, because I had to reassign all the pins every time I changed the svg. :rage:


#45

OK, I just updated the file yet again, I moved both the USB connector and the CPU chip to be centered. I don’t see why that will break parts editor but it may I suppose.

Peter


#46

That’s because you’re smart and know how to assign pins in the svg, where as I’m dumb. :slightly_smiling_face:


#47

@Peter this one is perfect. Thank you!


#48

Please check all the bused pins are as they should be. In breadboard if you click on a pin all the other pins in the bus will light up yellow. I am assuming they were correct before I started changing things, but they may not be now :slight_smile: .

Peter


#49

All the bused pins look good. However I found a pin mis-alignment (by 0.25mm) which will be a problem because we have some hole size compensation.


#50

Good catch, I’ll fix it up and reload it. It probably doesn’t matter but it is also trivial to fix and right is better.

Edit:

Fixed and uploaded yet again.

Peter


#52

Thanks looking better.