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Nick Gammon


"I would have loved these tools."

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10 July 1856 - 7 January 1943



Isn't he dead?

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I work at Upverter, so I've both used it and like it. I don't want to give a sales pitch, but here's some content that might be of interest to the Arduino community:

Arduino Reference Design (http://upverter.com/ericevenchick/ad5b89911ead7cbd/Arduino-Reference-Design/), for getting started with Arduino compatible hardware on your own PCB
Arduino Shield Template (http://upverter.com/Alex/8840f66750a0b8b0/Arduino-Shield-Template/), for making shields.

Also, let me know if you have any questions about Upverter.


Also, let me know if you have any questions about Upverter.

Maybe these questions are answered on the site - I haven't delved deep enough yet (really, just skimmed it):

1. What are the costs for making PCBs?
2. What are the costs for fully assembled boards (I understand that both of these will vary by size, parts types, etc)?
3. Minimum order amounts?
4. Do you offer panelized boards?
5. What about board shapes? Rounded? Inner curves/cutouts? Are square/rectangular boards cheaper?
6. What colors are offered for: PCB? photoresist? silkscreen?
7. What type of materials for the PCB?
8. What about enclosures?

I'll leave it at that - if your answer is "all of this is answered at the web site" - just tell me, and I'll go RTFM; The site and service looks very interesting, and promising. Collaborative GEDA that is platform agnostic sounds really cool, even more so if the price is right.

I will not respond to Arduino help PM's from random forum users; if you have such a question, start a new topic thread.

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