RE: Expansion PCBs
Date: 2001-05-16 12:51:31

Hi Jeri,

>> Is there a reliable source today that stocks
>> prototyping PCBs with a 44pin
>> double sided card edge at a similar price to the
>> above option? Datel used to
>> have versitile cartridge boards. PC ISA boards are
>> US$40+
>I think digi key has proto boards for the commodore
>still.  A person could make a batch of them for very
>little $$$.  Maybe $5 a piece.

I checked their on-line catalogs, and found a C64 form factor, but am damned
if I could work out item number or pricing for it.... Do you have the

BTW: nothing much there listed for under US$20.... How many interested
people (better off # of boards) would it take to co-ordinate a run of
protoboards: 22/44 double-sided contacts, doughnut solder rings and bus
tracks down the edges. Suggest either 150mm long version, or a 300mm version
with contacts at either end and can be "snapped" long or short as need be. I
can get single sided boards of this type for AU$2 (US$1) in Singapore, but
have never found double-sided boards.

- Nick


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