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Old 7th Nov 2019, 10:36 pm   #1
Wendymott
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Default New test jig

Hi Peeps..... What do you do on a wet rainy horrible day...I was tidying up the workshop and dis assembled some "lash up" boards".. and I thought... I can do better than "dead bug" lash ups, and that may save me some cash, prototyping pcb's.
So sat at the pc for an hour and after some early versions...the first "final" version.
Nothing spectacular.... but cheap...
I know... eyes rolling upward..but why buy when you can make.
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Old 8th Nov 2019, 1:06 am   #2
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Default Re: New test jig

Put those on eBay and I'll buy a couple
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Old 8th Nov 2019, 2:24 pm   #3
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Hi Julian.... I have no interest in making anymore, as I do these things for my enjoyment..I finished working 7 years ago... however... if there is more interest, I can upgrade the module to make it double sided with PTH (plated through holes) and a top groundplane, and have them made in China. I have no idea of cost but I suspect about sub 10..this would be board only, not with sockets and front panel... I hope this reply does not contravene forum rules. If there are more interested parties, please PM me.
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