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OT? For Sale: Tango PCB+ v2.21
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singlewchildren@gmail.com
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Joined: 02 Mar 2006
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 4:52 pm    Post subject: Re: OT? For Sale: Tango PCB+ v2.21 Reply with quote

Carl Goldenbusky wrote:
Quote:
Mark,
I have the old DOS PCAD master designer an wouldn't be adverse to checking
it out.


Hi Carl,

I sent you pmail, and wonder if you got it, and if you are still
interested. Just let me know. If you want a copy, I am sure we can
agree on the details :-)

Mark
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Carl Goldenbusky
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 4:26 pm    Post subject: Re: OT? For Sale: Tango PCB+ v2.21 Reply with quote

Mark,
I have the old DOS PCAD master designer an wouldn't be adverse to checking
it out.
whats it worth?
Thanks,
Carl
"mark" <singlewchildren@gmail.com> wrote in message
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I have a few licenses for Tango PCB+ v 2.21, board layout software,
meaning real hardware keys. No fake "software to replace a failed key,"
copied manuals, or any BS like that. Real keys, legit licenses.

I also have one license/key for the RoutePro "auto router" which is
pretty good, considering its place in time.

One each, original manuals for RoutePro, and PCB+. They are complete
and well detailed, but they are big and heavy for shipping purposes.

Tango is a DOS based board layout package. The netlist import is
basic, ascii, and very simple. Seems to get along with most sch
packages that can do ascii netlists, like OrCad. Includes a third party
back annotation program.

Anyway, just curious if anyone might be interested in making a serious
offer for one or more of them. I don't have the original install
disks, but I have archived the existing software with all the drivers
and libraries, including some of the ones I have created, onto a CD.

Being a DOS based proggy, you just copy to your drive, edit the ini
file to match your drive letter and paths, and you are on your way. It
is a pretty nice, flexible program. I created up to 10 layer boards
with it, for products used in the CATV industry for commercial
inserters and other pro, job related products. Easy to use, easy to
make parts, easy gerber output.

Nice, easy to learn package for any kind of PCB layout, hobby or
professional.

Pmail singlewchildren@gmail.com if you are interested or curious, or
have questions.. (or post here)

Thanks,

Mark
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singlewchildren@gmail.com
electronics forum beginner


Joined: 02 Mar 2006
Posts: 6

PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 11:08 pm    Post subject: OT? For Sale: Tango PCB+ v2.21 Reply with quote

I have a few licenses for Tango PCB+ v 2.21, board layout software,
meaning real hardware keys. No fake "software to replace a failed key,"
copied manuals, or any BS like that. Real keys, legit licenses.

I also have one license/key for the RoutePro "auto router" which is
pretty good, considering its place in time.

One each, original manuals for RoutePro, and PCB+. They are complete
and well detailed, but they are big and heavy for shipping purposes.

Tango is a DOS based board layout package. The netlist import is
basic, ascii, and very simple. Seems to get along with most sch
packages that can do ascii netlists, like OrCad. Includes a third party
back annotation program.

Anyway, just curious if anyone might be interested in making a serious
offer for one or more of them. I don't have the original install
disks, but I have archived the existing software with all the drivers
and libraries, including some of the ones I have created, onto a CD.

Being a DOS based proggy, you just copy to your drive, edit the ini
file to match your drive letter and paths, and you are on your way. It
is a pretty nice, flexible program. I created up to 10 layer boards
with it, for products used in the CATV industry for commercial
inserters and other pro, job related products. Easy to use, easy to
make parts, easy gerber output.

Nice, easy to learn package for any kind of PCB layout, hobby or
professional.

Pmail singlewchildren@gmail.com if you are interested or curious, or
have questions.. (or post here)

Thanks,

Mark
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