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RE: [N8VEM-S100:287] 68K CPU progress today...
Amen to that! Wow, I've got boards that have been running in
FreeRouting.net for *months* and that is not an exaggeration. For instance
the S-100 68K CPU board started last August or so and is still grind away on
the second iteration. The N8VEM home computer, now known as the N8, started
its run in Oct 2010 and hasn't even finished the first step of three yet.
Oh I wish they'd make FreeRouting.net free/open source code. It is the only
PCB autorouter I am aware of that works with KiCAD and requires the patience
of Job. It is a great product and I really appreciate they made it publicly
available but I would feel much more at ease if it were free/open source.
Thanks and have a nice day!
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> Behalf Of mike
> Sent: Friday, June 10, 2011 1:23 PM
> To: n8vem...@googlegroups.com
> Subject: Re: [N8VEM-S100:287] 68K CPU progress today...
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> Andrew made those boards, it's one of the 68k prototypes, not sure what
> fab house he used.
> Don't worry, once you start using KiCad you can start using
> freerouting.net and it can take you the same weeks for the computer to
> route your boards. ;) -- Just my little dig at freerouting.net, it does
> a great job, but just don't be in a rush. :)
> - --Mike
> On 11-06-10 12:35 PM, Bill Lewis wrote:
> > I'm amazed. Where do you get your PCBs made?
> > What did it cost to get the board made you show in the pics?
> > How many pieces?
> > I'm still using ExpressPCB and it takes me weeks! to route a board
> > by hand and get it like I want it.
> > I've yet to spring for the solder mask or silk screen.
> > I really need to crack the Kicad nut.
> > Bill
> > On 6/10/2011 12:46 PM, mike wrote:
> > Just about ready to start populating 68k cpu board, just waiting on a
> > few more misc.. http://8bit.zapto.org
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