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Old 6th February 2012, 08:01 PM   #511
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Yes... from post 188?
Just checked this and no it wasn`t from post #188, this file doesn`t include Gerber`s at all.
Must have been from OS`s website (later) .
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Old 6th February 2012, 08:03 PM   #512
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See, knew I missed something.

I've loaded up the files and from what I can see the distances between the output devices (c-c) are all 40mm (that's what people worried about if I understand correct). Hard to measure with any insane accuracy since there's no snap function or anything. Anything else that needs measuring?

Will do more tomorrow afternoon, now I need sleep.
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Old 6th February 2012, 08:04 PM   #513
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PM sent to Mjjg. Please don't post links to possible Gerber's here. We need to work with the latest files , and we'd also prefer not to have these show up on e-bay after we've invested in hiring ostripper. Especially since the potential e-bay versions may be the wrong version. But, in exchange, we'll stop hoping for os to respond, and move forward on the small corrections needed, or if that doesn't work out, send them out as they are, as its mostly the mounting holes that are the problem..

Once the boards are in production, and some built, we'll post the Gerbers

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Old 6th February 2012, 08:46 PM   #514
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........ I can generate Gerber's for OS PCB just let me know .
I cant let you down diy guys It was first step .......
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Old 6th February 2012, 09:28 PM   #515
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........ I can generate Gerber's for OS PCB just let me know .
I cant let you down diy guys It was first step .......
Alex.
Cannot believe You knocked this up during the short time since Your last post only a couple of hours before or did You work on this already before?
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Old 6th February 2012, 10:15 PM   #516
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This is a great project. There are probably a few willing to redraw the PCB from scratch following OS's layout, if required. It would be regrettable to have OS out of the loop though.
Whoa....this thread came alive...

If my post was not clear.... I do agree that any new pcb layout has to follow OS's layout as close as possible - only deviating to accomodate the diyAudio mounting standard.
Any and all credit should also stay with OS.
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Old 6th February 2012, 10:17 PM   #517
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I think that Alex worked with ostrippper to create the first version. Maybe the best thing is to send the latest version to Alex and he (and I ) check for changes and update the board. Then he can move the holes around as we wish, and we're good to go!!
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Old 6th February 2012, 10:52 PM   #518
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Os version that I made was shown in post 170.

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/solid...ml#post2648822

There was nothing wrong with the layout that OS produced. It works, and quite well I must say. Maybe it could have been a little more compact as it is fairly large, but that is all.

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Looking at niss_man photos I would suggest we need a right hand side and a left hand side board for proper layout in the case.

Power side to the front of the box and input to the rear

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Looking at niss_man photos I would suggest we need a right hand side and a left hand side board for proper layout in the case.

Power side to the front of the box and input to the rear
I wouldn't bother. It works well with zero noise already.
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