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    Circuit design software

    Anyone know of some (free) circuit design software that would allow me to lay out a circuit on screen and print it out in actual size for building? The catch is it needs to understand the concept of Vero board, ie I want to design the circuit to be as easy to build as possible on vero board so production is easier, minimising the number of tracks that need cutting afterwards.
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    Have you searched the Internet and/or newsgroups? I remember d/l something like this about a year ago. I don't have it anymore, but there's definitely a proggy out there like this. Sorry I can't remember the name. I'd ask on one of the electronics newsgroups.
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    there is actually a vero board layout program on the net somewhere. I think I might have it somewhere, i'll see if I can find it. Try doing a google search as well.

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    Not sure what a vero is, but I've used PSPICE and it was good... Circuitmaker is good too.

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    I have found the software that does vero board layouts. If you want it let me know

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    Here are a few I have. I cant promiss that any of these work. I just collected them last night and havent opened them...I wont charge you IF you tell me whether or not they work

    http://www.poboytech.net/ftp/Store/A...cuit%20Design/

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    PoBoy,
    Have you got a better site to get those files off... I have been trying to get circuit maker for a couple of days at a download speed of 50bytes.

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    Hehehe, yeah if you are out of the states...its REAL SLOW. Im hosting from my apartment on school campus. Anyways, I wont go into how much my school hates it...

    What do you want? Ive got random webspace elsewhere...I can also email em to ya if you've got the space...got AIM?

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    See if this is any better...LET ME KNOW IF IT IS!!! OR ISNT!!!

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    no... no good... just comes up with 500 error. page connot be displayed. I tried save as, but still comes back with an error.
    I don't have AIM. I think my max email size it 5mb

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