pcb-rnd users produce a wide variety of boards, ranging from single layer "etched in the kitchen" boards to professionally fabricated boards, including automated pick-and-place. The list below is an editor's picks of some boards that got designed with pcb-rnd and got built and tested. Some of these boards are available as open source hardware. Some are available as commercial product.
|name & description||tech1||layers2||properties||thumbnail|
|fab|| author: uv
Lunar Laser Ranging
|fab|| author: James Battat and Else Schlerman
Altimeter for model rocketry
|fab||4|| author: Bdale Garbee at AltusMetrum
size: 63.5000 mm * 38.1000 mm
Florida shaped geocoin
|fab||4|| author: celem
size: 59.5000 mm * 46.5000 mm
Debug tool for 6502 based boards
|fab||2|| author: Adrian Purser
size: 91.4400 mm * 109.2200 mm
Watchdog for two computers
|tt||1|| author: Tibor 'Igor2' Palinkas
size: 152.4000 mm * 127.0000 mm
universal AVR programmer
|fab|| author: celem
license: open hardware
1. Technology the design is optimized for: tt for toner transfer, fab for professional PCB fabrication. Being optimized for one technology doesn't mean the design won't work with another, but it may need some tuning.
2. Number of non-empty copper layers.