Wainwright Solder-Mount/Mini-Mount prototyping system

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Does anyone remember the Wainwright Solder-Mount/Mini-Mount prototyping system? The product was discontinued in 2006. I am looking for a pdf of the catalog that was on their website to use as a starting point to create my own library of parts with Kicad.

 

http://www.adventure-radio.org/ars/images/backissue_images/2000_images/1200_images/solder_mount.jpg

 

https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRtaWSO6CFCQuBBh_xDOMTnYUOUy-KvD_Ika3Ddnkuq2AWV9CQO

 

Rick

 

Last Edited: Mon. Aug 24, 2015 - 10:36 PM
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Have you tried putting your images into Google Image Search ... ?

 

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I am quite confident I have looked at every image that uses the solder mount parts. Searching for the first image returns this. http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=https://www.avrfreaks.net/sites/default/files/AVRFreaksLogos2.png&imgrefurl=https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/wainwright-solder-mountmini-mount-prototyping-system&h=117&w=317&tbnid=_ydJl8jNBa560M:&docid=TAE1LH8B79Xo-M&itg=1&hl=en&ei=uajbVcqgM42vogTH7LmQDw&tbm=isch&ved=0CB0QMygAMABqFQoTCIrhttrvwscCFY2XiAodR3YO8g&biw=707&bih=594

 

Not very accurate. I think it matched the image to the teeth or the eyes.

 

I'm not looking for random examples. What I want is the catalog (pdf).

 

Maybe your GoogleFu is better.

 

Rick

Last Edited: Mon. Aug 24, 2015 - 11:52 PM
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Did you try the internet wayback machine, google that and see if they have a copy of what you need.

 

 

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Jim:

 

I had forgotten about that. Unfortunately all but 1 page is missing the images of the pad layouts. I checked several years worth of archives and found that only page 11 has images. Very strange. Bummer.

 

Rick

Last Edited: Wed. Aug 26, 2015 - 04:54 AM
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These look to be just basic footprints, but with just 1 device on each little board - no?

 

Rather like the little breakout/adaptor boards that you can buy; eg,

 

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http://www.digikey.co.uk/product...

 

So I'm not really seeing how this catalogue helps - can't you just take standard footprints from standard libraries?

 

Or am I just being thick?

 

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