Have you checked the height of this against the "Low profile" (as opposed to Breadbin) cases? There's significantly less room in those cases. Julian > Hello! > email@example.com wrote: >> I disagree ;-) I believe this is a very valid approach! I definitely believe that this may be much more elegant than having your PCB routed wildly or requiring either unnecessary big routing area or more than two layers. > I'm afraid it's still routed wildly, but at least it's manageable ;-) > Remember also my "stackable" aproach - the hardware is divided into two > parts, upper and lower. Upper PCB contains the important (and expensive) > chips, whereas the lower PCB is varied according to the target board > (0.8", 1.0", SX-64, narrow) and contains only glue TTL chips. This way > only the small lower board needs to be changed for the target system. > Regards, > Michau. > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list -- Best regards, Julian mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-07-21 00:00:09
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