Please feel free to use bits of what you see here to influence your own projects. Or even base an entire project on the RC2014. Hey, I’d even be flattered if you want to build a replica of the RC2014. Better still, why not improve on what I’ve done and share the results.
RC2014 has been designed in such a way that it should be easy for anyone to build their own version, mixing and matching bits based on what they want out of it. Each of the modules has a schematic which should allow you to build it up on breadboard, Veroboard or lay out your own PCB
In order to help make your own modules compatible with other RC2014 modules, I have put together this guide which outlines some of the design specifications that I work to.
And if you don’t want to do any of those, I have the basic PCBs, individual modules and full kits available over at Tindie for a very reasonable price.
The only thing that I ask is that if you do build a RC2014 inspired computer, please let me know, and preferrably let the RC2014-Z80 Google Group know too.