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  1. #181
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    Quote Originally Posted by LithosphereRocketry View Post
    Where do you get your PCB prints? I have a simple staging controller made in Autodesk's Circuits.io but I haven't been able to find a ton of information about printing.
    I used http://www.4pcb.com/. It looked a little expensive but it gets high marks on quality. So I started processing the order and got a grand surprise on checkout. 90 FREAKING BUCKS for shipping! I will not repeat. There are a number of sources for PCBs out there that batch hobby quantities. You just have to plan ahead.

    David Carter
    NAR 98850, TRA 16834, Level 3
    http://www.psc473.org/ http://urrg.us/

    90% of rocketry is sanding! (And a little bit of cursing...)

  2. #182
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    OSH Park for cheap pcb's if it's small and you're not in a big hurry, AKA pcbway.com


  3. #183
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    Quote Originally Posted by vcp View Post
    OSH Park for cheap pcb's if it's small and you're not in a big hurry, AKA pcbway.com
    Yeah, I found them after hearing about 4PCB's shipping nonsense. That's probably what I'll do.
    crmrc.org

  4. #184
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    Well it's not ready to fly. Not even close despite a week of solid effort. My 3D printing issues had me put just too far behind. Le sigh.

    Sorry I haven't been posting updates but I've been kind of focused. I'll post more when I get back from URRF. In the mean time it's time to pack up and go fly some rockets!
    David Carter
    NAR 98850, TRA 16834, Level 3
    http://www.psc473.org/ http://urrg.us/

    90% of rocketry is sanding! (And a little bit of cursing...)

  5. #185
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    Quote Originally Posted by grandcross View Post
    Well it's not ready to fly. Not even close despite a week of solid effort. My 3D printing issues had me put just too far behind. Le sigh.

    Sorry I haven't been posting updates but I've been kind of focused. I'll post more when I get back from URRF. In the mean time it's time to pack up and go fly some rockets!
    Hey...have fun!

    We got two categories of pilots around here. We got your prime pilots that get all the hot planes, and we got your pud-knockers who DREAM about getting the hot planes.
    Now what are you two pud-knockers gonna have?... Huh?
    Pancho Barnes-
    The Right Stuff
    http://www.mwavs.com/0053148414/M4RS...udknockers.m4r

    Tripoli #2747

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