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Recreation of some classic solderable prototype boards from RadioShack

Dave's Dev LabDave's Dev Lab 05/12/2019 at 03:006 Comments

Hey there Hackaday Community! Have you got some old Archer/RadioShack PCBs hanging around the garage or attic? i'd love to get some photos and info on anything you might have! Specific catalog numbers of 276-152, 276-187, and 276-188! if you can find anything else of interest please share!

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duane1219b wrote 12/28/2019 at 00:23 point

I have scans of RS 276-187 but don't see how to send them. I would suggest an improvement to change the pitch of the pads that parallel the DB-25 connectors to .1 inch to enable the use of header strips.  I have one in original package

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Dave's Dev Lab wrote 12/30/2019 at 17:11 point

hey there! thanks for the help! i've sent you a private message with a url where you can upload the images!

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Dave's Dev Lab wrote 05/12/2019 at 23:02 point

i'll share out the gerbers when i am done, you should be able to just upload them to jlcpcb or pcbway... or purchase them from me on tindie!

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Amos wrote 05/12/2019 at 23:51 point

Where do you find the edge connectors to plug these cards into? I could really use something like this for a project I am working on.

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Daren Schwenke wrote 05/12/2019 at 05:23 point

I won't have *anything* in the original packaging, and so I will not know the corresponding catalog numbers.  Some of them actually print them on the boards I know, but...

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Dave's Dev Lab wrote 05/12/2019 at 09:31 point

do what you are able to do! anything is appreciated!

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