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Old 2nd April 2003, 03:50 PM   #11
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Thanks for the link
I am going to check this soft today
Normally (at work) i use protel and eagle
but i am always open for new software
Unfortunately i use pc, but pict files are no problem there is no hurry with files
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Old 14th June 2003, 11:46 AM   #12
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Let me know if/when you want the files. If you want the mistakes fixed,
that will take longer....

Ed
I'd appreciate receiving a copy of the layout for the ono and power supply.

I'm also on a Mac, but don't use the Douglas software. I use an old version of ClarisCad. But any image file type is okay, because I can open it in photoshop.

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Old 14th June 2003, 06:13 PM   #13
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Hi transducer,

I tried to email you offline but you aren't
accepting mail. Briefly, yes I can send
jpegs, postscript or Douglas files. I would
encourage you to consider getting the
cheap version of Douglas ($25) if only to
clean up things you don't like, or to substitute
parts, e.g. I didn't leave room for big
output coupling capacitors since I hoped
to omit them anyway. This is not to endorse
Douglas, and I have no connection, but I
can't supply Gerber files, thus your choice of
layout programs is limited.

I would also emphasize that this whole
project was an experiment - I'm not an
experienced designer. That it sounds pretty
decent is no doubt due to the robustness
of the circuit and not to the interpretation.

Best regards,

Ed
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Hello!
Ed is right iam still fighting with groundplanes ( i kindly askd ed for postscript files) in illustrator - currently iam busy organizing a group buy in poland for aleph boards

but after that i will proably buy douglas because it gives me more flexibility
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