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Old 07-12-2012, 01:15 AM   #31
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It was the nature of the beast for getting free software to create boards, but as this is an experiment at this point and quantities are small, it will be more expensive than otherwise. While I have Cad at work and a bunch of Cad operators to consult, this is more for entertainment than for profit at this point just to see if it will do what I want it to do.
Like you I have come from the days of vacuum tubes dainty to vapor cooled beasts, and now manage industrial/commercial automation system installations in chip factories from bid to commissioning.


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Old 07-12-2012, 09:44 PM   #32
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Hi

The "free software" can indeed be either a curse of a blessing. I can't say I'm happy with the stuff we use at work, but it's better than the free stuff. I've gotten to the point that I'm so picky about layouts (who would have *ever* guessed ...) I'm doing a lot of them myself....

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