I could imagine this is how Iss. 1 boards were made.

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I could imagine this is how Iss. 1 boards were made.

Post by sirmorris » Fri Dec 01, 2017 5:44 pm

--=== ZXpand+ ... A more moderner all-in-one upgrade solution for ZX81 ===--
* SD/MMC storage * 32K Hires-capable RAM * AY sound chip * Joystick port * Serial *
* BASIC enhancements - plug & play * Reset button * Auto-boot facility *

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Re: I could imagine this is how Iss. 1 boards were made.

Post by PokeMon » Fri Dec 01, 2017 10:42 pm

I did this same way in 80ies as this was the usual way using 1/10 inches squared paper and adhesive black tape and symbols for the pins/pads when I was about 18 in the company working as apprentice. 8-)

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Re: I could imagine this is how Iss. 1 boards were made.

Post by sirmorris » Fri Dec 01, 2017 11:06 pm

Not everything was better in the old days ;)
--=== ZXpand+ ... A more moderner all-in-one upgrade solution for ZX81 ===--
* SD/MMC storage * 32K Hires-capable RAM * AY sound chip * Joystick port * Serial *
* BASIC enhancements - plug & play * Reset button * Auto-boot facility *

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Re: I could imagine this is how Iss. 1 boards were made.

Post by PokeMon » Sat Dec 02, 2017 3:28 pm

But was fun, too. 8-)
Yes - we had more time in the past to realize those things.
And were able to charge more money for this work. ;)

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