PCB (RE: Hardware projects)

Date: 2001-07-27 09:51:01

>A related note: there's a cheap PCB manufacturing shop in Bulgaria,
>reachable via http://run.to/pcb or http://www.olimex.com/pcb.html. They
>should be able to manufacture two-sided boards at 200 micrometer
>resolution (0.2 mm line widths and gaps), directly from Eagle files.  The
>light edition of Eagle is free for non-profit use, and it is available 
>notonly for Windows, but also for Linux, from 
>Cadsoft's home page.

Hi Marko, 

Have you approached these guys for pricing on a generic prototyping board
for the C64/128 expansion port.  I'm thinking something with a double sided
connector, 1 or two EPROM pads and a generic area for mounting
every/any-thing else. Overall board size say 150mm long.

Whilst CBM-hackers was down I approached a supplier in Australia, but though
we thrashed out a design, I haven't heard back any pricing. I was assuming
100boards which would hopefully drop the price down and could be distributed
amongst interested parties?

- Nick


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