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Old 29th April 2004, 11:46 AM   #11
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Anyone need my PCB ?

Here it is:
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Old 3rd May 2004, 12:53 AM   #12
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I am curious to look at your pcb, but I am wondering what software I should be using to open that file. At my school we are trained to use Circuitmaker (what a piece of junk that is), which will not open your file. Can you point me in the right direction?

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Old 3rd May 2004, 02:00 AM   #13
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I used Protel 98 !
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Old 3rd May 2004, 10:32 AM   #15
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Quote: "I did it myself. I used some thing called letraset. Those are little letters on a piece of transparent paper. You can buy them in bookstores. The only thing you have to do is place that transparent sheet ove some surface and write over letter which you want, and it will stick to the surface. It is very simple process."

Is it resistant to scratching & humidity?
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Default I am using

the american version of letraset

I found it at office max...
outrageously expensive (5 times higher than in Belgium) and there is limited choice in letter style
but it does the job.

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Is it resistant to scratching & humidity?
It is resistant to humidity, but if the surface is very smooth you will be able to scratch it off easily

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I found it at office max...
outrageously expensive (5 times higher than in Belgium) and there is limited choice in letter style
but it does the job.
Here in Croatia 1 package of letraset costs about 2$ in bookstore. In that package you get 3 sheets of letraset. Each in different font, and each containing about 10 pieces of each letter (including numbers, dots, brackets, question marks,...)
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Default proves my point

Here you pay $4.35 for 1 one sheet, each letter and number 5 times including .,:;?!#$%&*() that's it.


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Default Protecting Letraset

Hi,
You can try spray clear laquer over the letraset to protect it. I have done this in the past.
Just do a test first to make sure the clear does not eat the plastic
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Yes, DieterD. That is pretty standard DIY practice. I used the laquer to protect my stuffs.
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