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Reply-To: "Geraldo S."
From: "Geraldo S."
Subject: Re: Before I Submit A Board To Olimex...
Date: Sat, 23 Nov 2002 12:53:07 +0100
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"Klaus Vestergaard Kragelund" wrote in message
> "Gary Brown" wrote in message
> > Hi,
> > I am about to submit my first board design to Olimex for fabrication.
> > I have very little experience with board manufacture. What should I
> > check for before I submit? This is a single, small board designed with
> > Eagle 4.09.
> > Particularly, 10 mil lines for signals and 16 mil for power are
> > electrically but should they be wider for more reliable fabrication?
> > Many seem to have problems with silkscreen sizes. I see sizes .07
> > .05 and ratios of 8% and 10%. (I have no idea what these mean.)
> > Are these adequate?
> > Thanks,
> > Gary
> They have detailed info on their website concerning precise what to watch
> out for - at least to get the PCB produced. Concerning your tracks of
> and 16mil, thats more than enough from what I have experienced from
> Their quality is really remarkable at that price.
I think they can handle down to 6 mils (track width and seperation)
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