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jleaman 27th April 2003 05:09 AM

Board Layout.
 
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Well it has come again that i want some one t do a pcb Layout for me. Is there any one out there that you can reccomend me IE company or person that can take my schematic and make a pcb for me. ? Please Help

here is the link if you want more detailed Picture.

http://hackingthemainframe.com/gallery/jleaman/upe297

jam 27th April 2003 02:34 PM

Jason,

The schematic looks like the Nelson Pass modification of a HK Citation amplifier.

Regards,
Jam

jleaman 28th April 2003 01:03 AM

I don't know if it is or not. But i like this amp schematic. Im going to learn protel and Build a board soon. : O )

thylantyr 30th April 2003 11:42 PM

I can do some pcb layout for you.

send me email.

lordpk@pacbell.net

For free, if you do some of the leg work, ie,
if you flush out the mechanics.

I need;

1. What board size do you want? One piece, two piece?
2. What parts do you plan to use, physical size not component
values. Ie, capacitors have different physical sizes. etc.
3. Do you have any connectors?

A hand drawing of component placement would help.

Also, if your not sure about which parts to use, I can
throw you some tips. I have been buying sample parts
for my amp project and just so happen to be doing
layout right now, so you might say, I'm in the groove.

/// fun stuff \\\\

P.S. I'm doing a minor modded AV800 Holton design.

faustian bargin 1st May 2003 12:06 AM

for actual manufacture of the pcb's i can recommend Advanced Circuits. they did a capital job on some pcb's i ordered, they have great customer service, and they're usually running some kind of new-customer promotion.

http://www.4pcb.com/

i'm not affiliated with them in any way, just satisfied with their service.

/andrew - tell lydia i sent you

Gepetto 4th May 2003 03:57 PM

PCB Design
 
Explore Eagle from Cadsoft. It is freeware for hobbyists and will suffice for a board of this size. I use it a lot and it is the best I have found. It has great integration of the schematic function and the layout editor. I used to use Orcad/ PADS PCB but I found this to be equally powerful and much more intuitive. The freeware even includes a great autorouter that allows you to easily optimize your component placement for maximum performance and smallest size.

I buy my prototypes from Custom PCB in Malaysia. Gary Cho runs this business and is very responsive and customer oriented. Fast turn around and good prices. He takes the native Eagle files from you to do the boards which takes a lot of the hassle our of it.

jleaman 4th May 2003 07:50 PM

I for got the eagle link. Do you have it handy.?

joensd 4th May 2003 08:08 PM

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I for got the eagle link. Do you have it handy.?
Here´s the homepage of Cadsoft.
In the right upper corner click download.
You can get english version and tutorial.

Jens

jleaman 4th May 2003 08:18 PM

Sweet now i can stay up all night and see what i can do. : o ) some one said to me use protrel but emulating win98 and running protel-98 is a little hard on a g4 400mhz. : O ) I think that ill buy a Cheap Pee-Cee. and run win2k on it just for these app's. : O )


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