Apple 1 schematics

From: Tothwolf <>
Date: Sun Jan 19 05:46:01 2003

On Sun, 19 Jan 2003, J.C.Wren wrote:

> 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.

I thought the PC board was double sided?

> 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.

Well, I'd take one to bits, but of course, I'd eventually end up
reassembling it. Such a shame that the current market value of an Apple I
puts it out of reach though...

Received on Sun Jan 19 2003 - 05:46:01 GMT

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