Some time ago I posted about an ancient piece of EDA software called Stripboard Magic , which was made by a small British company by the name of Ambyr. I have been contacted by a reader about the existence of Service Packs for this application, which neither of us have been able to locate. From what I have been able to gather, Ambyr ceased trading around , after having sold the rights to distribute Stripboard Magic to Maplin Electronics. If there are any readers who have copies of these service packs, or some information on where they can be found, or indeed any more information in general about this seemingly short-lived company, please drop a comment or E-Mail me directly through the Contact Page.
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Veroboard was invented in Britain by post-war aircraft industry engineers working for Vero Precision Engineering Limited and a patent No. It is a copper-clad insulated board SRBP that is milled to create strips of copper that are then punched with a regular matrix, usually 0. Strips can be broken using a spot face cutter or twist drill, or parallel strips can be linked with jumper wires. Historically, bulky circuits were prototyped and wired up on wooden panels like breadboards, and the name 'breadboarding' has stuck ever since. Veroboard has been a masterpiece of design that has brought the world the ability to build and experiment with electronic circuits, and as a prototyping medium it's never been bettered.