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Max The Magnificent
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Re: I took my pain pill...
Max The Magnificent   9/17/2013 11:38:16 AM
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@alunh_1: I guess the Bob Pease approach would not make you happy: See http://www.rfcafe.com/references/electrical/bob-pease-breadboard.htm

Let's put it this way, which design would you prefer to debug -- mine or Bob's? LOL

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Re: Symmetry
Max The Magnificent   9/17/2013 11:36:28 AM
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@Duane: I try, as much as possible, to put symmetry in my PCBs.

Yes! That's what I'm talking about -- you don;t havwe to spend time doing tyhis -- but you choose top because it makes uyou more "satisfied" with the final product -- right?

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Re: Elegant!
Max The Magnificent   9/17/2013 11:34:25 AM
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@kfield: Max - are you obsessive-compulsive?


Well, I was brought up as a Wesleyan Methodist, but I'm open to different points ov view LOL

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Wnderer   9/17/2013 9:52:07 AM
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Have you seen Fritzing? Fritzing is this free program for converting breadboarding into PCBs and schematics.

 

http://fritzing.org/

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Re: Elegant!
David Ashton   9/17/2013 6:25:06 AM
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(he is, but he doesn't like to admit it..... :-)

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Re: I took my pain pill...
David Ashton   9/17/2013 6:24:18 AM
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And I'll bet he knew exactly where every wire went!   

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Re: I took my pain pill...
alunh_1   9/17/2013 4:44:16 AM
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I guess the Bob Pease approach would not make you happy:

See http://www.rfcafe.com/references/electrical/bob-pease-breadboard.htm

Ta

 

 Alun

 

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Re: I took my pain pill...
Max The Magnificent   9/12/2013 12:27:45 PM
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@David: @Max...I was going to, but then I followed the "Why are you still here?" advice and went somewhere else.....

LOL

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Symmetry
Duane Benson   9/12/2013 11:05:20 AM
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I try, as much as possible, to put symmetry in my PCBs. I try to keep trace spacing the same and even put parts consistently oriented. It's not always possible, but I always seem to at least try to do it that way. It is kind of an obsession.





 

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Elegant!
kfield   9/11/2013 9:34:49 PM
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Max - are you obsessive-compulsive?

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