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Old 13th October 2009, 03:26 PM   #1
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Hello,

Where is the best, current source for these printed circuit boards?

Thanks and regards,

Rob
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Old 13th October 2009, 03:49 PM   #2
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I too want one channel cause the third is alone yet.
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Hello,

Where is the best, current source for these printed circuit boards?

Thanks and regards,

Rob
The ver 4.5 is the Leach board and not one of the group buy boards. Look on the Leach website and contact him per instructions. He can be slow to reply so do not get discouraged
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Old 14th October 2009, 02:13 PM   #4
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The ver 4.5 is the Leach board and not one of the group buy boards. Look on the Leach website and contact him per instructions. He can be slow to reply so do not get discouraged
Two good points to note. Thanks!
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Or print two copies to scale using an inkjet printer onto transparency film, and visit a friend with who'll make boards in exchange for pizza and beer?
http://users.ece.gatech.edu/mleach/l...cs/layouts.pdf
The far from best solution is to print the artwork to scale onto paper, tape that onto board stock, and drill all the holes. Then put the traces and pads on using resist ink or transfers or paint. Etch.
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Or print two copies to scale using an inkjet printer onto transparency film, and visit a friend with who'll make boards in exchange for pizza and beer?
http://users.ece.gatech.edu/mleach/l...cs/layouts.pdf
The far from best solution is to print the artwork to scale onto paper, tape that onto board stock, and drill all the holes. Then put the traces and pads on using resist ink or transfers or paint. Etch.
Thanks for the tips!

The last time I went though that process it took hours and the results were so-so. I'd rather spend a few bucks, get something that actually works, and use that time elsewhere. I'd prefer to avoid building the amp, then discovering that it doesn't work because of an issue with the board that I inflicted on myself. But the friend idea is intriguing.......

Still, I may revisit that idea if I have to change the board size/layout for some reason.
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