SBC6120 (a build-it-yourself PDP-8 clone) Last Buy and End ofLife
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at blazenet.net
Mon Jun 5 15:15:16 CDT 2006
On Monday 05 June 2006 04:04 pm, Chuck Guzis wrote:
> >Roger Merchberger wrote:
> >> Rumor has it that Jim Beacon may have mentioned these words:
> >> I'll also cite early double sided boards, before through-hole plating -
> >> it is virtually impossible to solder both sides of a socket.
> Well, one of the solutions before plated vias was copper eyelets connecting
> each side. Other than being labor-intensive, I don't know why these still
> wouldn't work (assuming you could still obtain them.
They're still out there, I saw this subject come up in lists where people were
DIY'ing boards, wanted double-sided but didn't want to get into the whole
hassle of trying to get the holes plated through or similar. Not easy to
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