Attached are gerbers for a new Amiga 1000 Kickstart switcher. These files are essentially design plans that tell a manufacturer how to produce a circuit board.
If you'd like to make one of these boards, grab the gerber zip file from the bottom of this post and upload it to a pcb house like JLPCB who will make them for $2 (10 pcbs!)
If you follow the directions from my previous post
, but use this board in place of the original, you can modify your Amiga 1000 to use kickstart ROMs and switch between TWO of them. No more kickstart boot disk!
This board also relocates the 68000 socket so you can fit socket expansions like MKL’s IDE68K/RAM68K, the TF530 accelerator and others into your 1000 without having to remove the floppy or motherboard shielding. Most 68020+ accelerators also require Kickstart in ROM to boot, so you can now use them where you otherwise couldn’t.
Feel free to make boards for yourself, friends, whoever. You will need a few pin strips, turned pin headers and 2x 1206 SMD 10K resistors.
If you plan on selling these boards, all I ask is that you link back to this post from yours.
 Updated with confirmed working photo and refreshed gerber zip (no need to update.)