HOW TO – Post-Circuit board

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HOW TO – Post-Circuit board

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Q-Branch from GRL shows you how to make a circuit board from postal supplies and electronic parts…

“How to make your own PCB on free postal labels using conductive ink, epoxy and a few parts. By PCB I mean, Post-Circuit Board: as in enter the age of circuits painted on walls. And also because its on postage. Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor law nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their self-appointed rounds. Lets all Go Postal.”Video & how-to.

8 thoughts on “HOW TO – Post-Circuit board

  1. mikiex says:

    Good luck getting that through the post without a bombsquad using a controlled explosion on it!

  2. Teresa3455 says:

    They just used a postal label because they’re free and durable. Nobody would try to mail that, they will probably just stick it up on a wall somewhere.

  3. aplumb says:

    What I love most about conductive-ink/paint based projects are that they eliminate the need for any fancy SMD soldering tools, reflow ovens and the like. Everything is handled at room temperature…

    Just remember to keep that fume-hood fan running, to pull the solvent fumes away from yer lungs.

  4. eNons3nse says:

    heh. i did something similar about a year ago, but wasn’t quite this functional.

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