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How to make PCBs on thermal tape

Posted on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013 in PCBs, tutorials by DP

Here’s an interesting method for designing PCBs that you’d like to mount on heatsinks. This tutorial explains how to make your PCB using thermal tape as the copper substrate. A thin piece of copper is mounted onto thermal tape, then just use whatever etching process you prefer.

Via Electronics Lab.

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