[Fwd: Re: Full Panel Service Order - 1541ide.brd]

From: Jim Brain (brain_at_jbrain.com)
Date: 2007-12-17 17:27:27

FYI:  Working with a board house that caters to small fry like myself 
has some advantages.  Gentlemen, go unearth your soldering irons.

Oh, for those assembling, you may want to pursue IC sockets.  
Desoldering non-soldermask boards can get nasty.

For the 6502 socket, this might be useful:


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Re: Full Panel Service Order - 1541ide..brd
Date: 	Mon, 17 Dec 2007 02:14:45 -0800 (PST)
From: 	Gary Cho <sales@custompcb.com>
Reply-To: 	sales@custompcb.com
To: 	Jim Brain <brain@jbrain.com>


We will need to push it slightly over the 11" side, but we can make it 
with the wider outline. Just got the boards started on the production 
pipeline- should be ready by Friday.

*/Jim Brain <brain@jbrain.com>/* wrote:

    Gary Cho wrote:
     > Jim,
     > Thank you for the payment. Just one question regarding the cutout.
     > There is 2 lines we can follow. If we follow the dimension line - it
     > will cut into the fingers at the right edge. You also added an
     > on the silkscreen layer which extends beyond the fingers. Which
     > outline should we use ?
    The most important criteria is to get 9 boards per panel. If you can
    use the silkscreen outline and still get 9 boards, I'd prefer that, but
    if not, use the dimension line. .150" off the fingers will not make a
    huge difference.

    Jim Brain

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