Well, I've been working at this for a few late nights...
I've made the Buffered Prototype board with almost the same number of holes as the unbuffered board.
Only the 1 bottom row had to be sacrificed to make room for the chips.
Of course there isn't room for chips and a connector... so the connector had to go.
Can I upload a pdf here? Look at the pdf for what the board looks like.
There is room for 3 regulators, they are kind of wired, but the +12 and -12 are sort of mixed into the sea of pth's
Date: Sun, 16 Feb 2014 04:43:04 -0500
Subject: Re: [N8VEM-S100:2401] Re: Board Run: Unbuffered Prototyping
Additional pair of stand-off holes great idea! +1I haven't been keeping close count, but it's now looking like a "standard' run of 30'ish boards would fit your guidelines. We seem to be closing in on 20 commitments, aside from whatever your desires may be.
Thanks for the "OMO" explanation! I'm not a gamer, although I do agree with the rest of the OMO credo :->.
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