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Offline nickCRTopic starter

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Am looking for a PCB designer to help me make some changes to a PCB layout.

Had a PCB layout completed and ordered it from JLCPCB, once in hand realized there were some issues and needed some changes to the unit. The person we had originally hired through Upwork is no longer available and would like to find someone else that could help us with the changes.

Looking to pay $40-$70 USD / hr to help with this task.

Anyone looking for some freelance work?

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you should say what CAD package was used in the design. 

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you should say what CAD package was used in the design.
And whether you have the source files, or just the Gerbers
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Offline nickCRTopic starter

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Fair enough. The project was created in KiCAD and yes I have the source files.

Also worth noting some additional information:

ESP32 unit with 7 IO ports being used;
4 are for sensors
1 is an RGB LED
1 is for turning on/off 12V to external device

Will require an NDA agreement to be signed before we initiate work.

Would really prefer the person we work with to be in Canada or USA.

Thank you in advance!
« Last Edit: April 19, 2024, 01:01:49 am by nickCR »
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Pm sent.

Offline ZGoode

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Assuming you haven't found anyone yet, I can send you a PM.  I have experience in both eCAD design/manufacturing and the ESP32

Offline pi

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Very happy to help with the pcb layout @nickCR if the gig is still available.

I have sent you a PM.

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if you still need this, I can join. I designed products which sells nice:

Offline Sagar

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I have designed some Boards using ESP32 and ESP8266, I am an electronics science student and freelancer on hardware hubs (instructables, hackster, hackaday). If any help required then let me know I am doing freelancing also.

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