Re: C64- and VIC-20-types

From: Marko Mäkelä (
Date: 2000-06-20 08:22:51

On Tue, 20 Jun 2000, William Levak wrote:

> It occurred to me that the "DK" in the "MDK" on some of the boards might
> stand for the German for "printed circuit".
> print = drucken
> circuit = kreisbewegung

Hmm, the second translation is definitely wrong.  That would mean
something like a fluid circuit.  The German for electric circuit is

> Could one of you German speaking people enlighten me as to the correct
> German term for "printed circuit"?

German is not my native language, but one word they use for printed
circuit boards is Platine.  There probably are some more "official" terms
I can't come up with right now.  But I can't figure out any words that
would match DK.  (I don't think that the verb "drucken" is used with
circuit boards.)


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