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I've used a lot of Teensy MMs in my projects and received one that is difficult to push into the M.2 connector. Measuring it, it is 1mm thick, whereas other PCBs (older ones?) are 0.8mm. Is this to add rigidity? Because I feel it's made the PCB more likely to bend when screwed down. Plus the M.2 spec specifies 0.8mm +/- 10%. This is clearly well outside and not designed to fit M.2 connectors.
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Measured along the edge connector
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