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Etching your Own PCBs Simplified [Tutorial]
posted October 7 2014 11:56.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Its a route that most of the electronic enthusiasts will follow: Breadboard to perforated boards to homemade PCBs. Its inevitable. The more you understand electronics, the more complex projects you want to make, the more complex routing is required rendering each previous prototyping technique obsolete. So, if you are in that stage, watch this video to overcome your doubts and start etching your own professional like PCBs using the photographic method.



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