Apple 1 Motherboard without components installed - Images

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Hi all,

I've posted images of the Apple 1 motherboard (the reproduction) without any components installed. I recall someone was looking for images of the board, but without components installed. Follow this link:

http://apple1computer.blogspot.com/

See the April 2009 Archive

I can post more if needed.

John

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Yeah, I was looking for quali

Yeah, I was looking for quality scans of the original, though this is helpful. Would be nice to see what the back looked like, as well. Note that the best way to get a quality scan of a bare board is with a flatbed scanner. Apple 1 and Apple II boards would fit on a scanner that could capture legal docs. 2 scans are needed on an 8.5x11 scanner.

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Mike Willegal

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Mike, I have scans of the

Mike,

I have scans of the obtronix board as a blank on flatbed done at Kinkos if you want. Very large files but I can upload them for a short period to my website if you want.

Vince

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Hi Res scans

Hi Vince,

That would be great. I tried using my scanner doing 1/2 the board at a time. I could not get the board to lay flat so the long edge of the images all came out blurry.

John

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Apple 1 Motherboard Scans (Blank Board)

I paid a visit to Kinko's today for hi-res motherboard scans (no components installed). [This is the Obtronix board.]

Others have asked for them, so here they are:

http://home.roadrunner.com/~shipcove/apple/apple_1_scans.pdf

This is a single PDF, with 2 images: the front and back of the motherboard.

Have Fun!

John Calande
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Sorry for the delay. This is

Sorry for the delay. This is a zip of the front and back of the clone board in bmp format. They are almost 100meg in size so I'm only going to leave them up through May 3rd. After that I'm removing them.

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re: scans

vince,
I am very interested in the motherboard scans, could you please send me a link, thankyou very much in advanced

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Vince's Scans are here for now...

Hi,

I posted these yesterday for Cameron and will leave them up a bit longer, but note the size is around 100MB zipped so I won't leave them up for too long.

http://capeconfections.com/apple/apple1clonescan.zip

John Calande
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Thank you very much

Thank you very much

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You should have kept it.

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