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DIY PCB manufacturing tips

Posted on Sunday, April 6th, 2014 in DIY, PCBs by the machinegeek

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Acidbourbon offers some tips on PCB manufacturing at home.

I’ve been manufacturing my own PCBs in my basement now for more than two years. In this article I do not want to give yet another explanation of the toner transfer method, but give you an overview of the techniques that proved to be of value for me. Especially if you just want to get started with toner transfer PCB production, take some minutes to look through my tips, maybe it will save you some pondering later.

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One Response to “DIY PCB manufacturing tips”

  1. unbelieveablebleble says:

    does dangerousprototypes really use Kicad in their projects? i thought they used Eagle…

    Less that, the tips are nice and genuine: i reached the similar ideas in my own, but the tip for vias is nice and easy to do.

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