I looked at the archive. The file that is zipped up inside it that has "most mods applied" in the file name is the file containing the Gerbers. You would upload that file to one of the board fabs -- do not unzip it. It has .gbr files inside that have data for the top, bottom, silkscreen, excellon drill data, etc. in it and has to be sent all as one package.
Yup - I see that now. Should have looked inside the .zip file
Good to know that you just upload the whole thing...
Secondly, a PCB of that size is going to be expensive. Especially if you only run one copy of it -- if you can find a board fabrication house that will only do one. Acill (Paul Renzendes) is a member here, and he spearheaded the reproduction of the A4000 board. He has to order 10 of those boards at a time from the US based, quality fab house he uses. The 4000 board is a lot smaller than the 2000, and, his cost on each board in quantity of 10 is almost $70 each board. I would think the 2000's PCB will be well over $100 USD each.
In fact - the final one of that batch of 10 is currently on it's way over the Atlantic to me.
Sounds like this project is still in the debugging phase - but I guess when it's complete, we can try and group together to place some orders.
Acill - are you reading this thread? Which board fabrication house did you use for the A4000 replica boards?