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At 08:55 PM 11/26/01 +0700, Peter Foster wrote:
>Having just spent two weeks on an MP3 project, I have discovered that my
>PCBs have been manufacturer back-to-front (mirror image). When extracting
>gerbers from Winboard is there something I should look out for? How can I
>check it is okay prior to manufacture?

Put layer markers on each layer.
Box, containing "1", "2" etc in top-down order.
I also label my gerbers as compsilk, compcop, soldcop, soldsilk etc
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