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My First BatchPCB, er batch

So I finally got my first home designed PCBs back from BatchPCB.  As a bonus, I got double the parts I ordered.


My L298 Motor shield:


My Q1114 sensor board (for line following/wheel encoders)  The mounting holes will need some rework.


My attiny headers (based on http://tinkerlog.com/2009/01/18/attiny-breadboard-headers/) The 20 pin header is a little too narrow.  Need to tweak the border.



I need to get some parts for the motor shield (the screw terminals I have don't match thepart I used in Eagle) so that one will be a couple of days before I play with it.  As for the others.  Time to get soldering.



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Awesome work, I'll have to finish the boards so I can get mine in already.

Out of curiousity, how much was it for you to get these boards, $50 ish??

Ya know, I found that tinkerlog site as well, I based my design losely off of it for my picaxe setup...really excited about that one.  :D

It was something like $51/$52.
Great job with the boards. I tried my first schematic with BatchPCB, but it took 4 weeks before I got my PCB. How long did it take for you to recieve yours?
I think it was around 3 1/2 weeks before I got my order.