Aleph 4 PCB's

So I'm laying out some Aleph 4 PCB's which I'm most likely going to get fabricated....Is anyone else interested in sharing an order with me? The more sets of these I get produced the lower the cost as there is just an additional $50 setup charge per design which obviously doesnt apply to each copy....

So basically please let me know ASAP if you'd be interested in Aleph 4 PCBs.



2001-06-01 4:53 pm
Took a quick look at the schematics for it and the Aleph 3, which is what I would probably build. They seem close enough I could use the "4" boards to build a "3". Anyone out there care to comment on this?
jduncan, any idea what the cost would be? And what country are you in?
I'm in the US.

It's costing me $50 setup fee + about $50 for each set....

So depending on number of people I'd of course love to share that setup cost but if we get a few, I'd say $60 total?

And there are very few differences which at a quick glance shouldn't be a'll get a bit of extra real estate on the output and current source pcb's but that's not really a problem....

I'm not using a PCB for the power supply this is for everything but power supply section


2001-06-01 4:53 pm
Yes, but who knows how long it will take to get passdiy running and selling boards. Nelson, are you out there, any comment?
$60 US is about $95 CDN these days, so it's a little pricey. I may start a thread asking about Canadian PCB fabricators, many things are cheaper here because of the exchange.
But keep me posted, send an email when you're getting ready to start.


Nelson Pass

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2001-03-29 12:38 am is scheduled to launch next week
with 2 articles for a start and an aggressive
publishing schedule.

The boards for one of them will be available just
about immediately, and the other will not require
a board.

There will be a formal announcement next week, but
I have a long weekend ahead of me....

Boards for the Alephs would be easy enough, so I'll
see about getting some done up soon. Of course soon
means 60 days or so.