I made a very simple circuit. I built a working prototype with protoboard, some soldering and works just like I want it to.
I would like to make a PCB out of this so that I can re-use it in other projects but I'm not familiar with the Gerber format and all the technical knowledge this requires. I'd like this to be made into an Arduino shield that I could stack over the Arduino Uno R3 if at all possible.
If you are interested in building this circuit for me and delivering all the necessary files in Gerber format so that I can send out to fabricate the PCBs please send me a PM with an estimated quote, delivery time, and any other questions you might have.
Here's a very close approximation of what the circuit looks like. The actual version will have a couple more buttons that are not included in this diagram but no more than that. The diagram shows LEDs but those will not be part of the PCB as they will be hooked up externally. I would need advise on what type of connectors could be used (these screw connectors
would be nice to have). These types of connectors would be also nice to have to hookup the LEDs as well as the buttons.
I'm in no hurry for this as I will not be using this commercially but for my hobby.