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Discussion in 'CAD' started by Engineering Boffin, Mar 25, 2007.

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  1. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

  2. Paul Burke

    Paul Burke Guest

    I like the idea of "PCB's with a varying number of layers".
     
  3. Guest

    You have given the world a very poor feel for the state of UK
    electronics.

    This list does not include any layout bureau (you've called it PCB
    design) that I have used. Just look at the cadence website and they
    list the uk bureas who use their tools.

    It also doesn't include any manufacturer that I have used.

    I will find your PCB manufacturers list usefull. There has been a
    major shake up of PCB manufacturers and a lot of companies have been
    re-named, merged, MBO'd etc because I don't recognise any of those
    names either.

    Colin
     
  4. I was trying to get the message across that the company may produce
    PCB's ranging from single layer to multilayer. I have now rewritten
    this description to clarify. Thanks for the comment, albeit a bit
    sarcastic ;)
     
  5. You have given the world a very poor feel for the state of UK
    That was not my intention, I want to provide a business directory that
    will promote uk engineering, something I am passionate about. I hope
    the fact that Engineering Boffin is a personal site run by me in my
    spare time proves that.
    The list is by no means comprehensive, there is an invite to other
    companies to add their name to the list for free. The fact that it
    does not at present contain any companies that you have used may be a
    positive point, now you have more options to explore!
    Thanks for your comments Colin, I do hope you find www.engineeringboffin.com
    useful. Regards, Alan.
     
  6. This is a new site being produced on a budget of 0. I am not a website
    design expert but I try to code as cleanly as possible, in a quick
    sweep of the page I have reduced the w3 errors from 133 to 97, I will
    take a look at the other errors later. My homepage is validated, click
    the w3 link in the footer at http://www.engineeringboffin.com/ .
    Regards, Alan.
     
  7. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    Yup. The page looks good.
    With your apparent diligence, the site should do well.

    I can forgive a lack of knowledge in an out-of-his-field endeavour
    --especially when followed by such prompt and conscientious action.
    I wish everyone reacted this way when notified of non-compliant code.
    http://66.102.9.104/search?q=cache:...ork.with.the.webmaster.to.correct.the.problem

    Many developers really get their backs up without realizing
    that standards-compliance is in their best interest.
    I have this bookmarked as
    "Don't count on 'a browser' to work the same next week" by Jim Dabell
    http://66.102.9.104/search?q=cache:...did.not+*-*-*-*-incorrect-content-type-header
     
  8. I prefer my circuits to be a bit more deterministic.


    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
     
  9. If you read my above reply to Paul Burke you would have seen that I
    have rewritten this statement on the webpage to clarify what I meant.
    How about some helpful responses? Regards, Alan.
    http://www.engineeringboffin.com /business_directory/uk_electronics/
    pcb.html
     
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