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PCB ecthing at home using photo transfer method

Posted on Monday, February 27th, 2012 in tutorials by DP

Blondihacks wrote an in-depth tutorial on how to make PCBs made at home using pre-sensatived photo-PCBs. We especially liked the board design optimization for home etching tips. Wide traces, big vias, and using a ground plane are all strategies we use to get good DIY photo-transfer PCBs too.

DIY etching is the fastest way to get your prototypes made, but if you find it too much of a hassle there are lots of cheap PCB fab houses. You can check out our tutorial on how to get your PCBs manufactured.

Via Electronics-Lab.

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2 Responses to “PCB ecthing at home using photo transfer method”

  1. magetoo says:

    Damn you, DP. I have spent *way* too much time reading the articles about the Veronica 6502 computer on that site now..

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