Rob Clarke wrote: > This is my first foray into board design and fabrication so I need a > bit ... > experienced users of Eagle CAD here, does anyone have any Eagle CAD > designs for basic cartridge boards which I can use as a basis for my > designs? I use Paint Shop Pro for small PCBs. No, come back! For a small design it's simple to create a PCB tracking diagram as a bitmap graphic. I use 30 pixels per 1/10" with the grid lock set to 15 pixels and tracks drawn at 5 pixels wide, eg: http://mdfs.net/Info/Comp/BBC/IDE/8bit/pcbv4.gif When complete, I crop off the guidance marks, save it as an uncompressed JPEG and send it to my PCB fabricators who Eagle-ify it at their end for a one-off extra fiver or so. > Second, once I have something, could anyone provide a recommendation > for a > company that can make small orders of boards in western Europe from > submitted eagle files? One-Way Circuits (Norwich) do mine: http://www.onewaypcb.com/ -- J.G.Harston - firstname.lastname@example.org - mdfs.net Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-02-11 22:00:13
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