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First post, by chris2021

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I have artwork for an old project. Being I don't have the actual printed representations, rather magazine pdf reproductions, the quality of the resulting printed masks could be better, I'm sure. So what I figured I have to do is import the images into some kind of program, recreate traces where needed, replace pads with cleaner versions, etc. Any suggestions as to what I could use?

The boards are in the April and May 1987 Radio Electronics.

Reply 1 of 2, by waterbeesje

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Probably not the most convenient program for n00bs, but autocad canattach / import pdf. With the raster design option you can even import lines from JPEG images.

Stuck at 10MHz...

Reply 2 of 2, by zyga64

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Inkscape seems to have something to offer:
https://www.eevblog.com/forum/chat/scanning-p … olu5#msg3129490
https://hackaday.com/2013/11/15/recreate-a-pc … r-and-inkscape/

1) VLSI SCAMP /286@20 /4MB /CL-GD5422 /CMI8330
2) i420EX /486DX33 /16MB /TGUI9440 /YMF718+GUS
3) i440BX /P!!!750 /256MB /MX440 /SBLive!+Vibra16s