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Subject: Re: Newbie PC Board Question
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2003 18:51:12 -0800
Organization: Epoch Internet
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2003 02:52:18 +0000 (UTC)
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"Frank Bemelman" wrote in message
> "PackratPaul" schreef in bericht
> > Been lurking here for some time and am interested in having some pc
> > made. These would be from 1 to 6 square inches each. Why is it that pc
> > companies want a premium for multiple boards on one sheet. If a board is
> > x 2", you can get a lot of these on a 12" x 15" sheet(just an example, I
> > don't know what a standard sheet size is). Seems to me that it doesn't
> > them any more if you were to provide the files that they need to do this
> > verses the files for a full sheet design. Thanks for any insight....Paul
> If you want, you can combine them yourself into one (set of) gerber(s) and
> call it the 48 channel botox injector pcb. The disadvantage is that you
> to cut them up yourself. Or put rows of small holes in them, so you can
> break them later.
> It does saves them some work, they don't have to put in the v-grooves for
> breaking, or program the paths for the router/milling. The material that
> the router cuts away, costs money too.
> Even if they say they don't allow your own panelisation tricks, they
> will probably just smile and make your pcb as requested.
> Frank Bemelman
> (remove 'x' & .invalid when sending email)
Hi Frank: That's what I meant by providing the file with panelization
already done. I can separate myself (have friend with shear)...Paul
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