Baffa-2 is an educational and personal project with the aim of understanding how computers work through 80's 8-bit commercial machine designs. It has a modular concept with boards that can be combined to develop your own design and configuration.
The Baffa-6502 series allows you to create configurations for computer projects that use the 6502 CPU. It currently runs the Apple-1 rom and Atari 2600 games.
The project is slightly inspired by the RC6502 and I believe it may collaborate with it in the future.
I am proud to say that this project is sponsored by PCBWay.
I have been designing several PCBs for the Baffa-2 Homebrew Microcomputer project and I have received great support from PCBWay to continue advancing these projects with 8-bit computer compatible modules.
In March, I had thought about taking a break from the project and that's when I was offered PCBWay support for my project. I couldn't even imagine the possibility of getting such support, even knowing that PCBWay sponsors and supports many projects in the Retro community. The Baffa-2 was still a small project and this support made it possible to speed up the production of several boards that I had already designed but that I could not imagine when I would be able to test them.
A few days ago, I received the latest set of PCBs under PCBWay's sponsorship. They helped me to finalize what I had designed for the Baffa-6502/Baffatari - Apple-1 compatible computer that is capable of running Atari 2600 games. I am very happy to be able to present this project results and I would not have been able to finish it without the sponsorship of PCBWay.