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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by :-), Oct 31, 2005.

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  1. :-)

    :-) Guest

    Oopps sorry abou the wrong date for the last message :-(
  2. Dan Hollands

    Dan Hollands Guest

    Wire wrap should work fine with the correct wire and tools

    Dan Hollands
    1120 S Creek Dr
    Webster NY 14580
  3. Rich Webb

    Rich Webb Guest

    Wirewrap would work. The OKI WSU-30M manual tool is fine. I'd recommend
    getting a pack or two of pre-stripped wire; makes things go a lot faster
    if you're not having to stop to cut and strip.
    Also look at prototype boards like these from Jameco (also at lots of
    other places like Digikey, even Radio Shack): The "three hole
    pad" setup is handy for 300-mil IC spacing.
  4. Bob Monsen

    Bob Monsen Guest

    You can buy prefab pcbs that have the same layout as solderless
    breadboards. If you get some of those, you can just transfer the design
    over a bit at a time. Make sure you test the individual boards as you
    build them, and keep your prototype up and running as a debugging aid (ie,
    don't tear it apart as you build the new one.)

    You can also use a PCB layout program like 'eagle', and design a PCB for
    it. It is easy, and amazingly cheap.

    Bob Monsen

    Strange as it may seem, the power of mathematics rests on its evasion of all
    unnecessary thought, and on its wonderful saving of mental operations.
    - Ernst Mach
  5. :-)

    :-) Guest

    Thanks all for your answers :)
  6. :-)

    :-) Guest


    I got my marvellous application working fine on my breadboard ;-)
    It's around 25 TTL LS type ICs, plus few connectors strip and 5V PS.
    It's not an high freq application ....

    Now I need to transfert all that stuff on something but I never did that
    before (I will need 2 boards)...

    What should I use ?
    I was thiking wirewrap, (is it still a good solution ?)

    Any suggestion ?

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