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Aeroengineer
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Re: Know your units
Aeroengineer   7/22/2014 9:16:36 PM
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Yup, looks like we all make mistakes.  Thanks for catching this.  Looks like I might have needed more sleep when I was doing my conversions.  Actually, looking back at my notes, I mixed the units from one of the boards sizes that I decided to exclude. 

RB3200
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Know your units
RB3200   7/18/2014 10:15:17 AM
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20x25 cm is not 10x12 inches, it is (approx) 8x10 inches.

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6 x 8 inch
elizabethsimon   7/16/2014 7:43:11 PM
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I've got a couple boards that are a little bigger than 6 x 6. On the other hand, the parts are in an area less than 6 x 6 so that would work if the board can overhang the edges some how.

 



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