Open source PCB ruler v1.0

Posted on Thursday, May 22nd, 2014 in open source, PCBs by DP


An open source PCB ruler by Hemal Chevli, that is available at Github:

PCB ruler with different foot prints ,SMD proto-typing area, tables, various AWG size holes and inches and cm scale.

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One Response to “Open source PCB ruler v1.0”

  1. Dr. Obscure says:

    I have one of AdaFruit’s versions they brought out about a year ago….having the real pad size to look at helps with space perspectives.. however, I have a deep desire to solder something to it.. :)

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