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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Booz PCBs from Eurocircuits

From: antoine drouin
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Booz PCBs from Eurocircuits
Date: Wed, 5 May 2010 23:08:18 +0200

Hello Marko

the Makefile in the hw directory handles CAM generation by passing
command line arguments to eagle. It uses the design rules file in the
hw/fab directory
I use the verified/4L service from eurocircuits, and there is a set of
rule for it. You might want to create another set of rules if you
intend to use another service.

Now..... you might be able to get ready made Booz PCBs from one of the
two Davids

Also... unless you're in an extreme hurry, I think you should take a
look at Lisa/L ( ) which is a far
more capable plateforme than Booz (I love JTAG and being able to ssh
on my quad and would never go back now )
Lisa/L boards are being manufactured at the time being and should be
available in a couple of weeks. Booz IMU is compatible with Lisa/L
There is also a new revision of the IMU in the pipe, which should be
more affordable than the current Booz IMU



On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 6:10 PM, Marko Thaler <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I decided to make my own Booz hardware using Eurocircuits PCB service. I
> have generated the panel using makefile in hw/booz/panel directory, checked
> the gerbers and everything seemed fine. However, at Eurocircuits the files
> have been rejected. The reason is the Outer Annular Ring (OAR) in their
> Standard Pooling Service is 0.125mm, but the Booz PCBs have OAR of 0.0944mm.
> In order to modify the PCBs I need the Eagle CAM Processor Job file (.cam)
> for CAM data generation. I have not found any .cam files in the paparazzi
> repository. Do I use one of the "built in" Eagle .cam files and if so which
> one?
> Thank you for your help!
> Kind regards,
> Marko Thaler
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