PCB a Week 3: Double sided breakout boards

Posted on Tuesday, January 1st, 2013 in PCBs, project logs by DP


Mats continues his challenge of designing one PCB every week. In week 3 he came up with a double sided breakout board containing footprints for 24 ICs on a 5cmx5cm board.

Via the forum.

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5 Responses to “PCB a Week 3: Double sided breakout boards”

  1. There is an spell error oi n the silk layer. SLR insted of SRL

  2. Yup…. Luckily it was caught and fixed before I sent the files off for manufacturing :-)

  3. Sleepwalker3 says:

    Will you be selling the different PCB’s you make each week?

    • Not sure… I had just planned to send some off to friends and some other peeps. But if they actually work as intended maybe I should do that if there’s any interest.

      Make a small batch of like 50 pcs of the most usable PAW’s and sell them for $2 each plus $2 (combined) shipping. Not too much of hard work for that as long if I get one of those label printers first.

  4. Sleepwalker3 says:

    Spam gone already? lol. OK Mats, I’d probably be interested in one or two. Interested in the 0.6mm pitch board, as discussed in another post, for the Nokia LCD too.

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