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TinCanTools

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Tin Can Tools was founded to respond to a need in the marketplace for high performance embedded processors and support boards. We design leading edge products but give you the ability to add features for your specific application.

There are many manufacturers and suppliers of embedded products in today’s marketplace. We are different from the others because of the following:

1. We design and manufacture our own products.  We control the quality and therefore 
   maximize the flexibility and reliability of our products.
2. We design our products with connectors that simplify prototyping, soldering and
   testing.  For example, instead of using high-density surface mount connectors,
   we intentionally design in headers and connectors with 0.1” lead spacing.  This
   allows our customers to use standard prototyping boards and soldering tools.
3. Our designs are modular so that they are easy to integrate into our customer’s
   products and designs.  You have the ability to use a “building block” design
   approach with our products.  You can take the core functionality and add features
   to make it unique to your needs. 
4. We take out the complexity of designing high end products by giving you a simple
   clean interface.  This design approach maximizes the customer’s ability to
   configure our products. 
5. Our designs are open.  We furnish schematics and source code with each product.
6. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.  If for any reason you are not satisfied with our
   products, we offer a 30-day money back guarantee.  

Products:

Hammer Press Release on Linuxdevices.com

Discussion of TinCanTools products is available on the #edev channel on irc.freenode.net