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Re: gEDA-user: Jumpers on single layer PCBs

   Double sided boards are great, but not so great when the product is
   supposed to cost only $3/each, after an MSP430, mains power supply,
   heatsink, triac etc.

   On 31 May 2011 22:09, Levente Kovacs <[1]leventelist@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

   On Tue, 31 May 2011 21:59:04 +0100
   Thomas Oldbury <[2]toldbury@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
   > Oh. Thanks anyway. Any hack-ish way to add this in? (Because I'd like
   > each jumper to have a refdes and BOM entry if possible.)

     What I'd do is define a copper layer. Draw your jumpers on the that
     Don't send the layer data to the fab house. Make sure you have mask
     on vias. Solder jumpers in the vias.
     I recommend using double sided boards.
     Levente Kovacs

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