Sick of Beige standard PCB sizes v1.0

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Are you sick of beige project boxes that hide your cool board and hard work? Wouldn't it be cool if your project was case ready from the first revision?
Are you sick of beige project boxes that hide your cool board and hard work? Wouldn't it be cool if your project was case ready from the first revision?
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We worked with case designer David Moberly to create a case-friendly PCB footprint for our projects. We call the specification Sick of Beige v1.0. Our  has footprints for each board size. Just drop the PCB symbol from our Eagle library on a schematic to get a board with nice rounded edges, properly placed mounting holes, and recommendations for connector placement.
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We worked with case designer David Moberly to create a case-friendly PCB footprint for our projects. We call the specification Sick of Beige v1.0. Just drop the PCB symbol from our Eagle library on a schematic to get a board with nice rounded edges, mounting holes, and recommendations for connector placement.
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The PCB templates come in two shapes. Golden rectangle boards range from 5cm to 10cmare aproximatly golden-ratio
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The PCB templates come in two shapes. 6 square boards, sized 30mm to 80mm in 10mm increments. 80mm x 80mm is biggest board that will fit in the free version of Eagle. Rectangular boards range from 50mm to 100mm in 10mm increments, up to the Eagle maximum size of 80mm by 100mm.
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Int he past Seeed Studio has sold cases for the Bus Pirate, Sick of Beige v1 is standard PCB format to
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SoB v1.0 at a glance:
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Do you hate hiding your cool project and hard work inside an ugly beige project box? We searched from Akihabara to Hua Qiang Bei for a better box and found nothing. There's amazing cases on the blog every day, but it's hard to use them in a different projects. Sick of Beige v1 is a standardized PCB format to make it easier to sh
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'''Key values'''
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* 3.2mm mounting holes
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* 4mm from center of hole to edge of PCB
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* PCBs have 4mm corner radius
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* We recommend minimum 6mm keepout around mounting hole to leave room for the standoffs
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* We recommend minimum 1.7mm edge keepout for case clearance
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Sick of Beige is a To go along with our [[Sick of Beige]] cases we started using standard PCBs. There are two versions,each of which comes in 7 different sizes. One is a Golden Ration rectangle, while the other is a square. All the PCBs have 4 mounting holes in each corner which are not connected to any traces or fills on the PCB.
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'''DP Standard Board Keepouts and restricts'''
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* a 1.7mm width 39 tkeepout and 40 bkeepout around the board edges
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* a 3mm radius 41 tRestrict and 42 bRestrict with its center on each 4 holes
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* a crosshair like centerline for the board in 49 Reference layer
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* a usb center for the major axis of the board in 49 Reference layer at 5.25mm from edge
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* board name on the back 26 bNames e.g. DP6037 (lower right), 1.27mm size, 12% ratio
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'''Other notes for case designers'''
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*we see PCB widths vary up to +0.4mm, and recommend you design for up to +0.4mm of extra PCB in both directions
==List of sizes==
==List of sizes==

Revision as of 09:23, 3 May 2012

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Contents

Overview

Are you sick of beige project boxes that hide your cool board and hard work? Wouldn't it be cool if your project was case ready from the first revision?

We worked with case designer David Moberly to create a case-friendly PCB footprint for our projects. We call the specification Sick of Beige v1.0. Just drop the PCB symbol from our Eagle library on a schematic to get a board with nice rounded edges, mounting holes, and recommendations for connector placement.

The PCB templates come in two shapes. 6 square boards, sized 30mm to 80mm in 10mm increments. 80mm x 80mm is biggest board that will fit in the free version of Eagle. Rectangular boards range from 50mm to 100mm in 10mm increments, up to the Eagle maximum size of 80mm by 100mm.

SoB v1.0 at a glance: Key values

  • 3.2mm mounting holes
  • 4mm from center of hole to edge of PCB
  • PCBs have 4mm corner radius
  • We recommend minimum 6mm keepout around mounting hole to leave room for the standoffs
  • We recommend minimum 1.7mm edge keepout for case clearance

DP Standard Board Keepouts and restricts

  • a 1.7mm width 39 tkeepout and 40 bkeepout around the board edges
  • a 3mm radius 41 tRestrict and 42 bRestrict with its center on each 4 holes
  • a crosshair like centerline for the board in 49 Reference layer
  • a usb center for the major axis of the board in 49 Reference layer at 5.25mm from edge
  • board name on the back 26 bNames e.g. DP6037 (lower right), 1.27mm size, 12% ratio

Other notes for case designers

  • we see PCB widths vary up to +0.4mm, and recommend you design for up to +0.4mm of extra PCB in both directions

List of sizes

Sandard PCB Sizes
Golden Ratio Square
DP5031 50mm 31mm DP3030 30mm 30mm
DP6037 60mm 37mm DP4040 40mm 40mm
DP7043 70mm 43mm DP5050 50mm 50mm
DP8049 80mm 49mm DP6060 60mm 60mm
DP9056 90mm 56mm DP7070 70mm 70mm
DP10062 100mm 62mm DP8080 80mm 80mm
*DP10080 100mm 80mm

*Note: This is not a Golden ratio rectangle, but the maximum Cadsoft Eagle PCB size for users with a free license.

Hardware

Hole dimensions and locations

Holes are located in the 4 corners exactly 4mm from the closest vertical, and horizontal edge. They are 3.2mm in diameter.

Cooper keep-out area

Around each hole there is a cooper keep-out area approximately 5mm from the center of the hole. In this area no traces, or ground fills are aplicable, to avoid contact with metallic standoffs,and screws.

Component placement keep-off area

No component may be placed 1.7mm from an edge of the board. this is for posible future cases that hold the PCB by the edges

Board's round corners

Each corner of the board is rounded with an arc 4mm in radius.

Reference points and lines

Runing through the exact middle, both lengthwise, and lengthwise, is a reference line. Also added are two reference point for USB mini-B jack, 5.25mm for the left and right edges.