I've tried using gEda, and that program is total garbage IMHO, just like half the other ones out there. I'm just trying to make a simple damn board, and it just won't make a useful piece, so I give up on making them. I'd rather spend $20 and have someone design the board for me, and be done with it. If I had photoshop, I could design the board in about 5 minutes. I've already spent an hour trying to figure this program out, and I give up. It's about as easy to figure out as women.
All I'm trying to do is make a simple board to run a ZXLD 38x diode run a 5mm LED from.
Diameter is .55"
thickness is .062"
copper thickness is standard PCB thickness
I need a negative ring and a positive "circle" on one side, so I can solder a spring to it, and solder the negative terminal to brass.
http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y85...mmLEDboard.png is the other side (component side) (this alone took me about 20 minutes to figure out how to do, and I can't figure out how to do the other side). This is just an idea of what it will look like (doesn't have to be pretty, it just has to work). This side can have a max diameter of 10mm (can't have anything shorting out with the brass module).
Spaces between the traces on the component side are preferred to be 1/16" max gap between them (using very small components).
If you're able to design this, let me know how much you would charge.