Apple 1 schematics

From: J.C.Wren <>
Date: Sat Jan 18 23:03:00 2003

        Since this is a single sided board, as far as components go, the bottom
side would be easy. Scan it. The top side would be harder, but given that
the majority of the parts are .3" wide, with the schematic, a lot of the
routing can be inferred. And while I haven't looked closely at an Apple I
board, the trace widths should be pretty wide, by todays standards. So by
doing an overlay, and perhaps using some bright lights for manual
verification, it seems that very near replica could be made.

        Yes, it would be nice to have some bare cards, and dup them. But was
everyone says, I doubt that anyone will sacrifce an Apple I to the cause,
and I'm almost of the opinion that if they were willing, they should be
greviously injured.

        So is a near replica good enough?

Received on Sat Jan 18 2003 - 23:03:00 GMT

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