Hi I took a little time this evening and whipped up a few layouts and rendered the PNP transfers for the DOD 250 Gray Spec.
I felt bad for my part in the whole earlier fiasco,and did this as my apology to the forum.
Please feel free to use these for all personal use,and John Lyons (and anyone else) has my permission to etch these for anyone if need be.
I know this is a super simple and easy pedal ,and anyone who has made a couple of pedals could whip this up with mods in no time.
I felt like the newbies who are after the DOD 250 or the YJM pedal might find it helpful to get started with.
I really liked the board mounted pots of the last layout that was up for discusion (but the entire thread was deleted in part due to my involvement)
So now anyone who had previously wanted to build the "other" version ,but didnt want to try making their own transfer from what was posted can now build the original version I am posting.
I also did one with much improved filtering of the V+ and Vref ,with an asymetric clipping option.
And then again with dual clipping options,asymetric option, and 3 different EQ(rolloff) selections available along with the above mentioned much improved filtering.
Sorry to say that when I saved the last version DIYLC file it overwrote the simple MOD version ,so I only have two DIYLC files to let you use and tweak further but feel free to use them as starting poins I will upload those too.
They are made to use standard 24 mm pots just solder some clipped leads into the pads and the pots will support the PCB no standoffs needed.
I did notice the input and output pads are on the wrong sides of the PCB from where they go,sorry about that I didnt notice until I was done making them.I dont think its that big a deal though for this pedal.
I did double check though and the spacing for the pots is the same as the "other" layout that was taken down,so it will fit a 1590 B enclosure with the pots side by side,but the total PCB size is smaller ,if any one needs help figuring out the switches or pot mounting just post here and I will help out.
The DIYLC files are in my layouts gallery if they are of any use to anyone feel free to download them.http://www.aronnelson.com/gallery/main.php/v/Brymus/layouts/
You will have to click on them twice as the thumbnails didnt come out for some reason.
EDIT fixed a couple broken words,w ords