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Community => Gigs and Collaborations => Topic started by: xl97 on May 17, 2012, 04:53 pm

Title: Looking for someone to make changes/edits to an existing schematic/pcb
Post by: xl97 on May 17, 2012, 04:53 pm
Hey gang...

I have a schematic & pcb file/project (Eagle)..  that I would like to make some changes... and a little re-working of audio/amp portion...   (this is sort of copying the WaveShield from Adafruit hardware/capabilities...but SMD)...

maybe get a second set of professional eyes...(since this is going to fab house?)

PS..
(the board/pcb is SMALL and needs to stay that way.)  :)



thanks

Title: Re: Looking for someone to make changes/edits to an existing schematic/pcb
Post by: jonisonvespa on May 17, 2012, 07:08 pm
i can do this design/edit/smd components any board size,  right down to supplying gerber files for pcb manufacturing, but in return i would like some programming done for a simple task.

did you see my PCB dESIGN  post a few of my pcbs.

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,104885.0.html
Title: Re: Looking for someone to make changes/edits to an existing schematic/pcb
Post by: xl97 on May 17, 2012, 07:20 pm
what programming are you in need of?  (doubt I can be of much help..LOL...but wont know until I see what you need)
Title: Re: Looking for someone to make changes/edits to an existing schematic/pcb
Post by: jonisonvespa on May 17, 2012, 07:27 pm
its quit simple, im trying to read a transducer, take a reading from it, if the level falls below a level alarm goes off.
Title: Re: Looking for someone to make changes/edits to an existing schematic/pcb
Post by: xl97 on May 17, 2012, 07:34 pm
details? link to thread?

(what transducer?  datasheet?  protocol?)

What level?

What type of 'alaram'?
Title: Re: Looking for someone to make changes/edits to an existing schematic/pcb
Post by: jonisonvespa on May 17, 2012, 07:53 pm
hi,
ive sent you my email, can send you a more info.
i noticed youve made a home brew breakout board, ive got one using smd components just add regulated +5v, the bottom one is the best as you can connect to every pin.


(http://)
Title: Re: Looking for someone to make changes/edits to an existing schematic/pcb
Post by: xl97 on May 17, 2012, 09:16 pm
hi-

yes I have made a few DIY board attempts.. ;)

the form factor is also a focus.. (small as can be and still 'usable' of course)..

just learning as I go.. how to home etch..

then learning to work in Eagle.

(get stencils made, pcbs' made.. and re-flow at home too)..etc..

one step at a time..LOL