[volt-nuts] HP-419 and Fluke 845 Modifications
orin.eman at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 12:46:09 EST 2014
There is a surface mount solder stencil service related to OSHPARK as well:
For cheap PCBs, I've used itead studio. Pricing is similar to the others
that have been mentioned and I can't see anything wrong with the boards
I've had made. Though from comments on EEVBlog, you don't want to push the
limits on track width and spacing with any of these services. If they say
6mil, I'd use 8.
Personally, I'd use one of the pcb suppliers mentioned over ExpressPCB.
You aren't tied to their software, you will get 10 boards and it will be
cheaper even with DHL shipping (airmail isn't bad, but adds a week or two,
more at this time of year).
On Wed, Dec 3, 2014 at 8:46 AM, Mark Sims <holrum at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Eagle has a freeware version that is for non-commercial projects of
> smaller physical size. It is a very stable program... it has never
> crashed on me. Eagle has LOTS of community support.
> All the PCB services that I mentioned can fab boards directly from Eagle
> .BRD files so you don't even have to mess with making Gerber files. They
> all have a preview function, but OSHPARKs is the best. You can submit
> files to OSHPARK, preview them there, and not submit an order if you just
> want to verify your design.
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