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Old 8th February 2004, 10:41 AM   #1
rulezzz is offline rulezzz  Lithuania
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Default pcb

how do you think with which software was this pcb made?
Can you recomend softwares like this or something like that?
I tryied PCB Editor ,Qcad and bunch of things like that but i didn't liked them.If you know any good pcb editors please post their names.
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Old 8th February 2004, 10:57 AM   #2
Centauri is offline Centauri  Australia
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Could have been produced by nearly anything...

I've tried a few freeware ones but didn't like them. A number of people are using Eagle, but I don't like it much either.

I am using Protel - but it ain't cheap.....

If a DOS program is ok, then you can download the old Autotrax from Protel's site - I used this for many years.

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