Apple II and III prototyping boards manual

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Apple II and III prototyping boards manual

Hi All:

Been quite some time since I was here on the board.  Hope everyone is doing well and having a good holiday season.

I have been searching for a pdf of the manual that came with Apple II & III prototyping boards.  Mine are genuine Apple.  I got mine in a large lot of Apple stuff I bought about 8 months ago.  The manual that was with the cards was so water damaged that most of the pages were stuck together.  Restoration efforts for the manual failed.

Attemtps to find a pdf of the manual on Google has met without success.  The manual I have is from Apple and is for Apple III prototype cards.

Any assistance is appreciated.

Cheers,

mark

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I never made a PDF, but scans

I never made a PDF, but scans of the 8 pages can be found on my blog for the Apple II hobby card.

 

https://www.willegal.net/blog/?p=1447

 

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Mike Willegal

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PDF of Apple Proto Board

I'll be happy to scan my manual that is in good condition to PDF and post here.  Wow, I found it faster than I thought humanly possible.

Got any of those Apple prototyping boards you want to sell?

 

https://www.applefritter.com/files/2021/12/10/AppleProtoBoard.pdf

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Those scans look great.

Those scans look great.

 

Consider uploading them to the Apple II Documentation Project at https://mirrors.apple2.org.za/Apple%20II%20Documentation%20Project/

The site's curator is Antoine Vignau of Brutal Deluxe.   a2dp -at- brutaldeluxe.fr

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Might have some to sell

I may have some to sell.  Let me look at how many I have and what my needs may be.  I'll look today.  Should I just DM you? 

I have some geniune Apple and some other brand.  Would you be interested in the other brand ones as well.  Also, some have sockets soldered on already (easily removed or moved).  As I mentioned, these were in a lot purchase, so not sure what the previous owner had in mind.

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Stargeezer wrote:I may have
Stargeezer wrote:

I may have some to sell.  Let me look at how many I have and what my needs may be.  I'll look today.  Should I just DM you? 

I have some geniune Apple and some other brand.  Would you be interested in the other brand ones as well.  Also, some have sockets soldered on already (easily removed or moved).  As I mentioned, these were in a lot purchase, so not

Either Apple or other brand would be of interest, bare boards or populated with sockets or components, PM me and send photos if possible.

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baldrick wrote:Those scans
baldrick wrote:

Those scans look great.

 

Consider uploading them to the Apple II Documentation Project at https://mirrors.apple2.org.za/Apple%20II%20Documentation%20Project/

The site's curator is Antoine Vignau of Brutal Deluxe.   a2dp -at- brutaldeluxe.fr

 

I appreciate the compliment.  Storing documents in file folders within filing cabinets stored inside for decades and decades is a good preservation methodology.

Not sure how to upload stuff to the mirrors site.  It is not obvious.  Any hints?

 

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Not sure how to upload stuff to the mirrors site.  It is not obvious.  Any hints?

You can't upload to the site directly. Just contact Antoine via email.

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