by you you mean me i assume?
well it is admins bot so admin would probably be the guy who'd need to do it but i have thought of trying to make a kit for a bot that's as cheep as possible to make.
I cannot speak for others of course, but you could write him an email asking if he'd be OK with you selling some PCB's for it. Somehow I think it would be OK, but asking is easy and it's best to have clean lines.
as for it becoming a $150 robot with the addition of pcbs i think you'll find that quite the opposite effect can be achieved as long as quantities are sufficient. [...] pcbs usually for $3.
Not for a PCB. but if a full kit of everything needed should be made available, it could come to that quite fast.
I'd like to warn you though, selling a PCB or 3 a month won't make you rich and you'd have to find a way to ship cheaply to make it happen.
I have so often not
bought something because the shipping was more than the actual goods.
Anybody who want to make a PCB for themself could just use the one I posted here
. But if they don't dig for it, they'll never see it, as it's about a year ago.
It is 2.4" x 1.5" single sided layout, with no critically narrow traces, so easy to fab at home.
As I have never had any feedback on whether it works or not and don't use AVR's myself - it was made from the dot version and another IIRC - anyone having a go at it, please do tell.
Oh, I just discovered a minor flaw in the layout - an acid trap by the positive pad of C4 (probably happened since I often route with components hidden - it won't subtract from its function however)