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I made a scheme for Core module on Vectorboard. I will appreciate to hear if someone have tips for optimizing the scheme or notify my for eventual errors on it. And offcourse feel free to use it for your own projects. Also, if anyone have tips on this subject (making things on this boards) i would like to hear it!

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looks fine!

have you tested your layout in "real life"?

I saw a software called stripboard magic long ago that i rated very high in usability terms but there's no place to buy anymore...wonder if anyone has a similar piece of software at hand???

anyone?

(i have *alot* of veroboards layin around here, but make most of my provisorical layouts on etched boards with toner transfer tec by now...)

thanks to anyone answering here at this point...

Martin

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hello etko,

me too working on vectorboard.

but i do ALL my wiring with simple cables.

what are the green lines ? are those some kind of strips ?

or is it something else ?

please tell me if this layout work. if so i will use it to my FM synth .

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Here are a new (much better) picture for Core Module! With a little optimization this time!

I don't know when i will finish the module but you can use it for your FM project! I am glad to help!

http://www.angelfire.com/electronic2/etko/photos/OptVector.gif

And one notification: I removed the the J3 port from the scheme! A green lines are ... ehm... connected(soldered) dots on the board.  Other colored wires are bridges...

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i dont understand !

the green lines are cables?

so why u "redesign" this board ?

why not following the original schematic as it appear in the PDF .

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the green lines are soldered connections between the dots of the vecboard...no cables just solder!

understand?

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tip: If you have trouble getting proper solder bridges because of the flux try bridging with the legs/pins you cut off of your parts like resistors etc... works nearly perfect in most cases and looks much better...

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