I ordered from NextPCB.com and submitted the gerber files located here: https://gitlab.com/8bitforce/retroshield-hw/-/tree/master/manufacturing (the gerber files are in a zip file within each processor-specific directory).
I'll let you know how the final boards turn out, if anyone is interested in doing the same. Assembly of the boards does require acquiring and soldering a few smd components (resistors and capacitors), as well as a processor-appropriate socket (if desired), an LED, an 18x2 male header, and of course a processor chip.
so I ordered 10 of each: 6502, Z80, and 1802. The total cost was $35.99, $24
so I ordered 10 of each: 6502, Z80, and 1802. The total cost was $35.99Hey Jeff, where did you order the Z80s from? I was looking for a reliable source for a single-board computere project I was going to do for my kid to teach him what goes in inside a computer (kind of) ...
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