I exported the files, zipped up the 7 and uploaded to batch PCB. But I get a failed DRC check
it mentions traces to small on top copper I think, so I went back to the layout and increased all trace sizes to 0.016 and tried again, but I got the same result?
I thought maybe I had messed something up, so I opened the standard Eagle files from Sparkfun and tried again without making any changes but it still failed the DRC check once I uploaded it?
First mistake. Do NOT use BatchPCB. I am also a member of the sparkfun forums and the forum for BatchPCB is filled with members complaining about the site and the DRC check. They "upgraded" the site about 8 months ago and it has never been the same. When they pushed out the new site, it had so many bugs that no one could get boards made for months. And their still having problems. It's been 3 months since they did any fixes for the bugs, and they are not going to fix it. The BatchPCB staff quit posting on the forums also.
These are the recommended fab houses:http://imall.iteadstudio.com/open-pcb/pcb-prototyping.html
(great boards for less money. quality is OK)http://oshpark.com/
(for small boards. boards get pricey for the large ones, but the quality is unmatched. Plus free shipping!)
Also with OSH Park, you don't need the Gerber files. Just upload the brd file.
Attached is how your board would look from OSHPark. It would cost 2.50 with free shipping. yea..
PS: I just noticed that Itead is now selling flexible printed boards (FCB). That's awesome. I may have to try them.