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Subject: Re: what is best & simple PCB maker?
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Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 01:50:43 +1100
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> Russell wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
>>>Russell wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org>...
>>>>>what is best & simple PCB maker?
>>>>I'm trying out a not-so-simple vutrax ( http://www.vutrax.co.uk )
>>>>It predates windows and seems a bit quirky, but runs on linux.
> Hi, another possible problem with vutrax is the way they sell it. In
> the old days it was a modular system, you had to buy the addons for
> LOTS of extra money they also charged 10% per year for bug fix
> support. Things may be different now as there are lots of players in
> the field these days.
For its age, you'd think it would have all the quirks and bugs
worked out. I'm shitted off with the price and/or crappiness of
the user interface of all these cad systems, especially as they
cost nothing to sell. I think a decent free linux one is in order...
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