Example Device Design


#1

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads, wires, etc.) available anywhere? I’d love a drawing I could start with and modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,

Brian


#2

I've attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be
opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no
extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the "File/Device/Load"
menu.

-Ryan

DMF-90-pin-array.dxf (347 KB)

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On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender <bfbe...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,
wires, etc.) available anywhere? I'd love a drawing I could start with and
modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get
some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,
Brian

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#3

Hi Ryan,

I just printed out a mask I designed using the spacing on this layout and it doesn’t appear to line up exactly with the pogo pins on the DropBot. In the dxf above, the pitch between the contact pads on the left (P1) and right (P1) is 61 mm by my measurement; this pitch measured on the pogo pin connector board is more like 64 mm. Small difference but it causes half the electrodes to not line up with pogo pins. The other dimensions seem to be fine.

Is it possible that the file you posted be from an earlier version of the hardware, or are my measuring skills lacking? :slight_smile:

Thanks,
Mindy

···

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:08:47 PM UTC-7, Ryan Fobel wrote:

I’ve attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be

opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no

extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the “File/Device/Load”

menu.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender bfb...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,

wires, etc.) available anywhere? I’d love a drawing I could start with and

modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get

some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,

Brian

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#4

You're right, that mask was originally designed for an old connector.
It's slightly asymmetric and it may not line up perfectly, but that's
the mask we're still using and I can't say I've noticed any problems;
sorry if it's causing you problems!

-Ryan

···

On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Mindy Simon <simon...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Ryan,

I just printed out a mask I designed using the spacing on this layout and it
doesn't appear to line up exactly with the pogo pins on the DropBot. In the
dxf above, the pitch between the contact pads on the left (P1) and right
(P1) is 61 mm by my measurement; this pitch measured on the pogo pin
connector board is more like 64 mm. Small difference but it causes half the
electrodes to not line up with pogo pins. The other dimensions seem to be
fine.

Is it possible that the file you posted be from an earlier version of the
hardware, or are my measuring skills lacking? :slight_smile:

Thanks,
Mindy

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:08:47 PM UTC-7, Ryan Fobel wrote:

I've attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be
opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no
extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the "File/Device/Load"
menu.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender <bfb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,
> wires, etc.) available anywhere? I'd love a drawing I could start with
> and
> modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get
> some masks made and start fabricating.
>
> Thank you,
> Brian
>
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#5

I have re change the design to 63.5mm

you can see the attachment.

Bio Chip 63.5mm Ledit v8.tdb (106 KB)

Bio Chip 63.5mm.dxf (357 KB)

Bio Chip 63.5mm Mask A.pdf (15.9 KB)

Bio Chip 63.5mm Mask B.pdf (15.4 KB)

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On Friday, February 6, 2015 at 4:52:43 AM UTC+8, Ryan Fobel wrote:

You’re right, that mask was originally designed for an old connector.

It’s slightly asymmetric and it may not line up perfectly, but that’s

the mask we’re still using and I can’t say I’ve noticed any problems;

sorry if it’s causing you problems!

-Ryan

On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Mindy Simon simo...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Ryan,

I just printed out a mask I designed using the spacing on this layout and it

doesn’t appear to line up exactly with the pogo pins on the DropBot. In the

dxf above, the pitch between the contact pads on the left (P1) and right

(P1) is 61 mm by my measurement; this pitch measured on the pogo pin

connector board is more like 64 mm. Small difference but it causes half the

electrodes to not line up with pogo pins. The other dimensions seem to be

fine.

Is it possible that the file you posted be from an earlier version of the

hardware, or are my measuring skills lacking? :slight_smile:

Thanks,

Mindy

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:08:47 PM UTC-7, Ryan Fobel wrote:

I’ve attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be

opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no

extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the “File/Device/Load”

menu.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender bfb...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,

wires, etc.) available anywhere? I’d love a drawing I could start with

and

modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get

some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,

Brian

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#6

Thanks Dino

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On Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 5:18:03 AM UTC-7, Dino Chan wrote:

I have re change the design to 63.5mm

you can see the attachment.

On Friday, February 6, 2015 at 4:52:43 AM UTC+8, Ryan Fobel wrote:

You’re right, that mask was originally designed for an old connector.

It’s slightly asymmetric and it may not line up perfectly, but that’s

the mask we’re still using and I can’t say I’ve noticed any problems;

sorry if it’s causing you problems!

-Ryan

On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Mindy Simon simo...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Ryan,

I just printed out a mask I designed using the spacing on this layout and it

doesn’t appear to line up exactly with the pogo pins on the DropBot. In the

dxf above, the pitch between the contact pads on the left (P1) and right

(P1) is 61 mm by my measurement; this pitch measured on the pogo pin

connector board is more like 64 mm. Small difference but it causes half the

electrodes to not line up with pogo pins. The other dimensions seem to be

fine.

Is it possible that the file you posted be from an earlier version of the

hardware, or are my measuring skills lacking? :slight_smile:

Thanks,

Mindy

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:08:47 PM UTC-7, Ryan Fobel wrote:

I’ve attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be

opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no

extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the “File/Device/Load”

menu.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender bfb...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,

wires, etc.) available anywhere? I’d love a drawing I could start with

and

modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get

some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,

Brian

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#7

Just letting you know, the pdf’s for your chip aren’t the correct size. Much larger than the pogo pin connector.

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On Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 5:18:03 AM UTC-7, Dino Chan wrote:

I have re change the design to 63.5mm

you can see the attachment.

On Friday, February 6, 2015 at 4:52:43 AM UTC+8, Ryan Fobel wrote:

You’re right, that mask was originally designed for an old connector.

It’s slightly asymmetric and it may not line up perfectly, but that’s

the mask we’re still using and I can’t say I’ve noticed any problems;

sorry if it’s causing you problems!

-Ryan

On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Mindy Simon simo...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Ryan,

I just printed out a mask I designed using the spacing on this layout and it

doesn’t appear to line up exactly with the pogo pins on the DropBot. In the

dxf above, the pitch between the contact pads on the left (P1) and right

(P1) is 61 mm by my measurement; this pitch measured on the pogo pin

connector board is more like 64 mm. Small difference but it causes half the

electrodes to not line up with pogo pins. The other dimensions seem to be

fine.

Is it possible that the file you posted be from an earlier version of the

hardware, or are my measuring skills lacking? :slight_smile:

Thanks,

Mindy

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:08:47 PM UTC-7, Ryan Fobel wrote:

I’ve attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be

opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no

extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the “File/Device/Load”

menu.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender bfb...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,

wires, etc.) available anywhere? I’d love a drawing I could start with

and

modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get

some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,

Brian

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#8

Good to know, thank you Dorothy. Do you have a correct file you would be willing to share per chance? I would greatly appreciate it.

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On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 4:17 PM, dorothy silverman dot.sil...@gmail.com wrote:

Just letting you know, the pdf’s for your chip aren’t the correct size. Much larger than the pogo pin connector.

On Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 5:18:03 AM UTC-7, Dino Chan wrote:

I have re change the design to 63.5mm

you can see the attachment.

On Friday, February 6, 2015 at 4:52:43 AM UTC+8, Ryan Fobel wrote:

You’re right, that mask was originally designed for an old connector.

It’s slightly asymmetric and it may not line up perfectly, but that’s

the mask we’re still using and I can’t say I’ve noticed any problems;

sorry if it’s causing you problems!

-Ryan

On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Mindy Simon simo...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Ryan,

I just printed out a mask I designed using the spacing on this layout and it

doesn’t appear to line up exactly with the pogo pins on the DropBot. In the

dxf above, the pitch between the contact pads on the left (P1) and right

(P1) is 61 mm by my measurement; this pitch measured on the pogo pin

connector board is more like 64 mm. Small difference but it causes half the

electrodes to not line up with pogo pins. The other dimensions seem to be

fine.

Is it possible that the file you posted be from an earlier version of the

hardware, or are my measuring skills lacking? :slight_smile:

Thanks,

Mindy

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:08:47 PM UTC-7, Ryan Fobel wrote:

I’ve attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be

opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no

extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the “File/Device/Load”

menu.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender bfb...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,

wires, etc.) available anywhere? I’d love a drawing I could start with

and

modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get

some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,

Brian

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#9

Yes I do! Will post it hopefully tomorrow or friday.

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Good to know, thank you Dorothy. Do you have a correct file you would be willing to share per chance? I would greatly appreciate it.

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On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 4:17 PM, dorothy silverman dot.sil...@gmail.com wrote:

Just letting you know, the pdf’s for your chip aren’t the correct size. Much larger than the pogo pin connector.

On Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 5:18:03 AM UTC-7, Dino Chan wrote:

I have re change the design to 63.5mm

you can see the attachment.

On Friday, February 6, 2015 at 4:52:43 AM UTC+8, Ryan Fobel wrote:

You’re right, that mask was originally designed for an old connector.

It’s slightly asymmetric and it may not line up perfectly, but that’s

the mask we’re still using and I can’t say I’ve noticed any problems;

sorry if it’s causing you problems!

-Ryan

On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Mindy Simon simo...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Ryan,

I just printed out a mask I designed using the spacing on this layout and it

doesn’t appear to line up exactly with the pogo pins on the DropBot. In the

dxf above, the pitch between the contact pads on the left (P1) and right

(P1) is 61 mm by my measurement; this pitch measured on the pogo pin

connector board is more like 64 mm. Small difference but it causes half the

electrodes to not line up with pogo pins. The other dimensions seem to be

fine.

Is it possible that the file you posted be from an earlier version of the

hardware, or are my measuring skills lacking? :slight_smile:

Thanks,

Mindy

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:08:47 PM UTC-7, Ryan Fobel wrote:

I’ve attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be

opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no

extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the “File/Device/Load”

menu.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender bfb...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,

wires, etc.) available anywhere? I’d love a drawing I could start with

and

modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get

some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,

Brian

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#10

Here’s the resized DropBot pin connector Josh.

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On Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at 10:24:01 PM UTC-7, dorothy silverman wrote:

Yes I do! Will post it hopefully tomorrow or friday.

On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 9:24 PM, Josh Heinemann josv...@gmail.com wrote:

Good to know, thank you Dorothy. Do you have a correct file you would be willing to share per chance? I would greatly appreciate it.

On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 4:17 PM, dorothy silverman dot.sil...@gmail.com wrote:

Just letting you know, the pdf’s for your chip aren’t the correct size. Much larger than the pogo pin connector.

On Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 5:18:03 AM UTC-7, Dino Chan wrote:

I have re change the design to 63.5mm

you can see the attachment.

On Friday, February 6, 2015 at 4:52:43 AM UTC+8, Ryan Fobel wrote:

You’re right, that mask was originally designed for an old connector.

It’s slightly asymmetric and it may not line up perfectly, but that’s

the mask we’re still using and I can’t say I’ve noticed any problems;

sorry if it’s causing you problems!

-Ryan

On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Mindy Simon simo...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Ryan,

I just printed out a mask I designed using the spacing on this layout and it

doesn’t appear to line up exactly with the pogo pins on the DropBot. In the

dxf above, the pitch between the contact pads on the left (P1) and right

(P1) is 61 mm by my measurement; this pitch measured on the pogo pin

connector board is more like 64 mm. Small difference but it causes half the

electrodes to not line up with pogo pins. The other dimensions seem to be

fine.

Is it possible that the file you posted be from an earlier version of the

hardware, or are my measuring skills lacking? :slight_smile:

Thanks,

Mindy

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:08:47 PM UTC-7, Ryan Fobel wrote:

I’ve attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be

opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no

extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the “File/Device/Load”

menu.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender bfb...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,

wires, etc.) available anywhere? I’d love a drawing I could start with

and

modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get

some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,

Brian

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#11

Awesome, Thank you Dorothy!

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On Sat, Sep 19, 2015 at 11:27 AM, dorothy silverman dot.sil...@gmail.com wrote:

Here’s the resized DropBot pin connector Josh.

On Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at 10:24:01 PM UTC-7, dorothy silverman wrote:

Yes I do! Will post it hopefully tomorrow or friday.

On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 9:24 PM, Josh Heinemann josv...@gmail.com wrote:

Good to know, thank you Dorothy. Do you have a correct file you would be willing to share per chance? I would greatly appreciate it.

On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 4:17 PM, dorothy silverman dot.sil...@gmail.com wrote:

Just letting you know, the pdf’s for your chip aren’t the correct size. Much larger than the pogo pin connector.

On Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 5:18:03 AM UTC-7, Dino Chan wrote:

I have re change the design to 63.5mm

you can see the attachment.

On Friday, February 6, 2015 at 4:52:43 AM UTC+8, Ryan Fobel wrote:

You’re right, that mask was originally designed for an old connector.

It’s slightly asymmetric and it may not line up perfectly, but that’s

the mask we’re still using and I can’t say I’ve noticed any problems;

sorry if it’s causing you problems!

-Ryan

On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Mindy Simon simo...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Ryan,

I just printed out a mask I designed using the spacing on this layout and it

doesn’t appear to line up exactly with the pogo pins on the DropBot. In the

dxf above, the pitch between the contact pads on the left (P1) and right

(P1) is 61 mm by my measurement; this pitch measured on the pogo pin

connector board is more like 64 mm. Small difference but it causes half the

electrodes to not line up with pogo pins. The other dimensions seem to be

fine.

Is it possible that the file you posted be from an earlier version of the

hardware, or are my measuring skills lacking? :slight_smile:

Thanks,

Mindy

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:08:47 PM UTC-7, Ryan Fobel wrote:

I’ve attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be

opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no

extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the “File/Device/Load”

menu.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender bfb...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,

wires, etc.) available anywhere? I’d love a drawing I could start with

and

modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get

some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,

Brian

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#12

Sorry, I meant Dot :wink:

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On Sat, Sep 19, 2015 at 11:28 AM, Josh Heinemann josv...@gmail.com wrote:

Awesome, Thank you Dorothy!

On Sat, Sep 19, 2015 at 11:27 AM, dorothy silverman dot.sil...@gmail.com wrote:

Here’s the resized DropBot pin connector Josh.

On Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at 10:24:01 PM UTC-7, dorothy silverman wrote:

Yes I do! Will post it hopefully tomorrow or friday.

On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 9:24 PM, Josh Heinemann josv...@gmail.com wrote:

Good to know, thank you Dorothy. Do you have a correct file you would be willing to share per chance? I would greatly appreciate it.

On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 4:17 PM, dorothy silverman dot.sil...@gmail.com wrote:

Just letting you know, the pdf’s for your chip aren’t the correct size. Much larger than the pogo pin connector.

On Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 5:18:03 AM UTC-7, Dino Chan wrote:

I have re change the design to 63.5mm

you can see the attachment.

On Friday, February 6, 2015 at 4:52:43 AM UTC+8, Ryan Fobel wrote:

You’re right, that mask was originally designed for an old connector.

It’s slightly asymmetric and it may not line up perfectly, but that’s

the mask we’re still using and I can’t say I’ve noticed any problems;

sorry if it’s causing you problems!

-Ryan

On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Mindy Simon simo...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Ryan,

I just printed out a mask I designed using the spacing on this layout and it

doesn’t appear to line up exactly with the pogo pins on the DropBot. In the

dxf above, the pitch between the contact pads on the left (P1) and right

(P1) is 61 mm by my measurement; this pitch measured on the pogo pin

connector board is more like 64 mm. Small difference but it causes half the

electrodes to not line up with pogo pins. The other dimensions seem to be

fine.

Is it possible that the file you posted be from an earlier version of the

hardware, or are my measuring skills lacking? :slight_smile:

Thanks,

Mindy

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:08:47 PM UTC-7, Ryan Fobel wrote:

I’ve attached the DXF file of our generic 90-channel device (can be

opened in Autocad or Inkscape). The second attachment (the one with no

extension) can be opened in Microdrop from the “File/Device/Load”

menu.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Brian Bender bfb...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Is an Autocad version of the example device design (with contact pads,

wires, etc.) available anywhere? I’d love a drawing I could start with

and

modify that already has some correct spacings (contact pads/etc.) to get

some masks made and start fabricating.

Thank you,

Brian

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