Hi Chris

Gumstix is starting a project that will produce 3D and 2D CAD files in DXF, IGES, STEP, STL formats. 

Any other format(s) that we should consider producing?

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On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 9:26 AM, Chris Cotton <Cottons_Box@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

Hi all,
I am currently in the process of laying out a custom daughterboard for the
Gumstix Overo.  Due to space constraints on my board, I would like to place
some components 'underneath' the Gumxstix Overo between its two 70 pin
connectors, in a similar way to the large video output IC fitted on the
Summit Board.

My question: is there any documentation detailing official 'safe areas'
where components of a specified maxiumum height can be placed beneath the
gumstix without clashing with any of the parts on the Overo COM?  I'm aware
of the documentation available at
http://pubs.gumstix.org/boards/COMS/Overo/, which is useful for placing the
70 pin connectors safely, but this doesn't answer my question.

Thanks in advance,
Chris Cotton
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