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Do PCB Fab houses ever need Schematic?

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EEVblog:

--- Quote from: yanir on February 01, 2012, 05:59:07 pm ---So it seems that it would make sense under certain circumstances, but normally not needed. Sounds more like it would be by request only and not standard practice.
Would people agree?

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Yep, exactly.
Just tell them no. They can have a netlist if they need it.

Dave.

amspire:
If they get difficult, send them a schematic, but change all the parts. Make every resistor a 1 ohm 0.01% value, and change all the ic part numbers to a NE555. All of the capacitors can become inductors.

Richard

Mechatrommer:

--- Quote from: amspire on February 01, 2012, 10:46:45 pm ---If they get difficult, send them a schematic, but change all the parts. Make every resistor a 1 ohm 0.01% value, and change all the ic part numbers to a NE555. All of the capacitors can become inductors.

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you are so willing to entertain your fab house with this kind of hardwork ;)
i will just ask why if its so difficult testing the pcb, tell them just use the gerber you id**t!

EEVblog:

--- Quote from: amspire on February 01, 2012, 10:46:45 pm ---If they get difficult, send them a schematic, but change all the parts. Make every resistor a 1 ohm 0.01% value, and change all the ic part numbers to a NE555. All of the capacitors can become inductors.

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Nice!
Make it subtle to leave them guessing...

Dave.

DrGeoff:
You could tell them to download it off the Internet. Seems everything else is there these days :)

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