[volt-nuts] PCB Artist
randyevans2688 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 13 19:04:39 EST 2016
KiCad looks very good and I downloaded it to try it out. However, does
anyone have a good, low-cost PCB fab house to recommend? I am designing a
voltage reference programmable fro 0 to 10 volts with a LTZ1000 reference
and settabiltiy of 0.1ppm and I need a PCB fabbed.
Randy Evans AE6YG
On Tue, Dec 13, 2016 at 5:22 AM, Herbert Poetzl <herbert at 13thfloor.at>
> On Mon, Dec 12, 2016 at 04:39:36PM -0800, Randy Evans wrote:
> > Does anyone have experience with PCBArtist?
> Sorry, no PCBArtist experience here.
> > It looks pretty good for 2-layer board up to 60
> > in^2 for $33 but I have no experience with it.
> > I was looking at Eagle PCB but it's pretty expensive
> > for a 4-layer capability version.
> A litte apples and oranges here :)
> The Eagle Light version can be used for free for
> non-profit purposes and works for up to 4x3.2inch
> with two layers.
> If you don't have any personal preference, then
> KiCad is definitely the way to go. It has improved
> dramatically since it got the CERN treatment and
> doesn't cost a cent regardless of size and layers.
> > Thanks,
> > Randy Evans AE6YG
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