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by pcbgogo_dph
11 Sep 2018, 04:06
Forum: Off-topic
Topic: a free offer
Replies: 4
Views: 18649

a free offer

Hello,everyone.I'm Mike from PCBGOGO . We are mainly engaged in PCB prototyping and assembly manufacturing services for more than 10 years.Now in order to attract new customers, you can get a $20 coupon for free by signing up for an account on our website.In other words, you only need to spend 5 dol...
by pcbgogo_dph
02 Sep 2018, 23:50
Forum: Hobby Circuits and Small Projects
Topic: Sponsorship of DIY and other projects
Replies: 0
Views: 4974

Sponsorship of DIY and other projects

Hello everyone,I'm MIke from PCBGOGO .We are mainly in PCB prototype and assembly manufacturing services for over 10 years, but we are still looking for business expansion.Now, I have a budget in my hand. If you are working on DIY or have some other ongoing projects, please contact me and I will cho...
by pcbgogo_dph
27 Aug 2018, 22:57
Forum: Shared Projects and Ideas
Topic: Nixie clock project
Replies: 0
Views: 4936

Nixie clock project

This nixie-clock uses 12 tubes from PCBGOGO, which will show/alternate date and time. Tubes are mounted on separate boards, using slot connectors. Most components are SMD.

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by pcbgogo_dph
24 Aug 2018, 21:35
Forum: Basic Schematic and PCB Design
Topic: Famicom Mods
Replies: 2
Views: 3746

Famicom Mods

This project used different boards and stencils from PCBGoGo .I wanted to change the RF signal to AV and needed to not be independent on the old fashion power supplys. So I looked for the AV mod, checked the voltage on several points and rebuild the pcb. And it works great! Project photo1 Project ph...
by pcbgogo_dph
24 Aug 2018, 03:16
Forum: Basic Schematic and PCB Design
Topic: Custom design
Replies: 2
Views: 4198

Custom design

Custom design, for a legacy application requiring unusually low audio distortion and audio intermodulation, combined with exemplary RF performance parameters. The Pilgrim receiver is a multichannel (single loop synthesizer) design incorporating a triple conversion architecture, with an unusual low f...
by pcbgogo_dph
22 Aug 2018, 22:13
Forum: Basic Schematic and PCB Design
Topic: Can someone help design a PCB for this schematic
Replies: 2
Views: 3067

Re: Can someone help design a PCB for this schematic

farley wrote:
22 Aug 2018, 14:41
Post an image of your best attempt at that circuit. There are several folks here that can offer helpful advice.
Thanks,farley
I was so anxious to solve the problem
I forgot to upload the picture
Thank you very much for your reminding
by pcbgogo_dph
22 Aug 2018, 22:06
Forum: Basic Schematic and PCB Design
Topic: Do we need to control impedance of CAN BUS ?
Replies: 2
Views: 3948

Do we need to control impedance of CAN BUS ?

Hi All, My hardware design is most similar to imx Open Rex design development board and I have included CAN BUS port to my custom design. In my memory layout I controlled impedance as 100 Ohms for differential pair and 50 Ohms for single ended signals. Do we need to control impedance of the CAN BUS ...
by pcbgogo_dph
22 Aug 2018, 02:58
Forum: Basic Schematic and PCB Design
Topic: Can someone help design a PCB for this schematic
Replies: 2
Views: 3067

Can someone help design a PCB for this schematic

This schematic is for a soldering station,schematic diagram in the link below. I need help designing a PCB for it, I tried multiple times but i'm not very good at it
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by pcbgogo_dph
21 Aug 2018, 02:03
Forum: Off-topic
Topic: Hi everyone!
Replies: 0
Views: 15757

Hi everyone!

Hello,everyone I'm a new member of forum,I work in a PCB manufacturer , I am very helpless, marketing and publicity is my job, but I will not be malicious in this forum arbitrary advertising, I just hope that our company's products can provide the best service for you in need, that's all. At the sam...
by pcbgogo_dph
20 Aug 2018, 05:04
Forum: PCB Manufacturing Questions
Topic: What Kind of Results Should I Expect?
Replies: 0
Views: 4521

What Kind of Results Should I Expect?

I started milling my first PCBs last night with my S03 and a 0.1mm, 10deg V bit. I think I was a little too ambitious for my first time out, however, because the traces I ended up with aren't usable. What sort of cut-width and accuracy should I reasonable expect to get out of my setup? I don't have ...