Seriously, how does someone "homebrew" Lynx carts? Seems like a cost-prohibitive endeavour.
It is not that expensive to make small series of your own carts. You just need a freeware version of the Eagle CAD-program. There is even a Lynx empty cart component available. Once your cart is ready you send it to a PCB manufacturing shop, pay something and receive the cart back in the mail. But the price of one homebrew cart depends a lot on the volume. Making just one cart costs around 50 while making 500 of them would be around 10 each.
If anyone would allow me some hosting space on a website somewhere, I'd be happy to post pictures of what they look like. (Er, and actually tell me how to post pictures here... )
That is easy. When you press Reply to this message there is a Browse button by which you look for your image. Once you find it click on Add This Attachment.
To put it in your post click on Add into Post.
You will see a text "attachmentid=63261" in brackets. That is where the image will come in your post. Like this.
An image of a homebrew Lynx cart from Eagle.
Edited by karri, Wed Nov 1, 2006 9:04 PM.