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Here’s another PCB making how-to, this one from Per Svensson – “In this album I’ll show how I go about making my own PCB:s in a really simple way. I don’t use one single tool that isn’t already available in your kitchen. No fancy etch tanks, pumps or uv lamps are needed. Read on and I’ll show how easy and fun PCB making is! One tip though before we start. You’ll want to be alone in the kitchen while you do this so to keep my girlfriend out I start by cooking her a nice dinner and then offer to clear the table and do the dishes! I do this right before Lost and The 4400 starts and that gives me just enough time to make the PCB:s and clean up afterwards. Smart, isn’t it? :)”Link.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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  1. Fub says:

    Indeed, you don’t want someone to be in the way while you are doing this. But when things go wrong (and once in a while, they will), it is really handy to have someone available to help with damage control!
    I promised my wife never to etch when I’m home alone, and I think that’s a good additional safety precaution to take.

  2. ejacka says:

    The link is dead, have you got another one?

  3. ejacka says:

    The link is dead, have you got another one?

  4. ejacka says:

    The link is dead, have you got another one?

  5. ejacka says:

    The link is dead, have you got another one?

  6. Anwar Sadat says:

    How to Print PCB by Inkejet Printer

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