Make Your Own Printed Circuit Boards – Make: PDFcast

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This weeks PDF includes an article by Andrew Argyle with instructions that will take you step by step through the PCB making process. Originally printed in Make: Volume 2, this article has the material lists and extra notes that can’t be found in the video. – PDF Link

To see chematic and PCB board designs, you’ll also want to download this zip file which has all the source files in it so that you can get started making the Make: Light right away. – Link (Zip File)

Making PCB boards if really fun. When you make your own boards, upload them to the Make: Flickr Pool. I’d love to see them!

4 thoughts on “Make Your Own Printed Circuit Boards – Make: PDFcast

  1. Excellent tutorial! I’ve been experimenting with this sort of technique and it is excellent for quick turn designs. One thing I would like to note is that you can get by without the special transfer paper- regular photo paper works fairly well, and with RadioShack copper boards and etching solution, you could even start etching this afternoon! Here is an example of a (messy) board I made using these parts:
    http://pics.cibomahto.com/main.php?g2_itemId=489

  2. i was wondering if you could do a show on how to make a leg grow light its pretty simple its just i havent got a clue on how to go about it

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