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Chip On Board (COB), costs and design

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mcwired

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Hi, I designed long time ago a circuit that uses too many discrete components, mainly diodes and resistors (36 in total) including a LM324 Op Amp.

I was thinking in the possibilty of converting all that into a Chip On Board. Is this a huge enterprise or are there well known roads to accomplish this? Is it too expensive or is a reachable goal for a normal human beign?

Any information is well appreciated.

Thanks, Mark.
 

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