gEDA-user: Fritzing was: Re: geda-user Digest, Vol 32, Issue 92
smeier at alchemyresearch.com
Thu Jan 22 18:31:11 EST 2009
This reminds me of two facts of saturation magnetic recording on
rotating (disc) media. You can only have an even number of transitions
around a track. Also, as much as test engineers would like to both
surfaces have to be spun at the same rpm.
On Thu, 2009-01-22 at 13:02 -0500, DJ Delorie wrote:
> > *chuckle* Right now, PCB doesn't quite support single sided boards.
> > (Stuart waits for others to explain how he is wrong again....)
> Since you insist...
> "There's no such thing as a one-sided board. Boards always have at
> least two sides, unless you've invented a mobius pcb. Therefore, pcb
> supports two-sided boards with copper only on one side, which is what
> people actually make."
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