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DIY SMD metal stencils [DIY]
posted November 14 2013 14:25.23 by spic0m




Felix Rusu, a systems engineer and an electronics tinkerer in his spare time, made efforts and research to develop a DIY method to make good quality SMD metal stencils at home. He have since experimented some more and he believes he found the best method (so far) to do this with very cheap materials, yielding very good results.


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