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Simple component size and silkscreen reference board update

Friday, September 20th, 2013

Philip posted an update on his component size and silkscreen reference board we covered previously: After the reference board went over well, I also made a set of smaller boards to show the different soldermask colors.  The boards all have a very similar front with exposed pads, traces and silkscreen both...

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Simple component size and silkscreen reference board

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

Philip posted his simple component size and silkscreen reference board in the project log forum: since I kept checking old projects to figure out which silkscreens worked, and which didn't, I made myself a simple reference board.  I also included some common SMD component sizes, just to keep me from...

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Silkscreen PCBs with vinyl stickers and toner transfer

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Make DIY silkscreens using vinyl stickers, similar to making PCBs with toner transfer methods: Below I am going to detail the process of making the silkscreen, which is the side of the printed circuit board where we solder the electrical components. We will use the same method, vinyl sticker pcb.

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