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My 2 cents, in the theme of a logo i did for my father years ago [edit] fixed connection issue on computer, so here's a better copy of it [/edit]

well the scan test boards came in and it was a mixed bag.   the silkscreen codes got mangled by them (whole sections blocked in, and other missed, I'm not sure what happened, but I have an E-mail in

hehe, oh well, maybe the rocket will be useful to someone.   here is the circuit long logo vectorized   again, had to zip the .PSD,  the vectors are in two layers because of clipping between the

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as soon as OSH park sorts out their server error, I will have a QR scan test board fabbed up to see how functional different options are for drawing the code on the board.


all it says is "43oh.com" but that is the equivalent of the tiny urls you can get. so well see how it turns out.


it is in 4 different forms in 2 sizes each.


Soldermask layer (silk screen for dark, copper for light)

Copper Layer (block soldermask cutout, copper for light, bare board for dark, will show when viewed at an angle)

Copper Layer (no soldermask cutout, less contrast, but should still work, light soldermask color for light, dark soldermask color for dark)


0.1mm per pixel and 0.2mm per pixel sizes


then silk screen

6mil per pixel and 12mil per pixel sizes


I am not submitting this till tomorrow i gotta go sleep, but the rear side of the board is bare so far, if anyone wants me to put something there as a test for this, let me know.  the board is 20mm square right now.


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board is ordered from OSH...  their website was playing 500-server error most of the morning :smile:...


I went ahead and did the 43oh store logo on the back, had to reduce the binary to 2 8 bit strings (they say 43, rather than 43oh like i wanted originally )  the binary letters are cut out of the soldermask layer at 0.1mm line thickness which should be as small as they can be made.


here is what it looks like




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