so for those who don't want to click on the link, it's a PCB prototyping machine that fits on your desktop.
(or on your credit card for that matter....)
The DGX-20XB provides full 3 axis control (X/Y/Z milling), support for Gerber 247X/ 247G as well as standard drill files, and uses standard 1/8” shank bits for milling and drilling.
so i'm not realy considering getting one or anything but i'd love to know someone with one i could borrow from time to time.
out of interest, does anyone have experience getting boards made up in small numbers?
i usually use veroboard but occasionally i run into a component that has awkward pin size/spacing.
what other solutions have people found to this problem?
i have resorted to soldering lots of tiny wires on and encasing the whole component in a blob of (non conductive) glue in the past...