Saturday, March 20, 2010

tv: Open Source Circuit Boards at Home

Season 1 : Ep. 1 | 9:55


Description:

Have you ever wondered how to make double sided circuit boards at home and without all the chemicals? This episode shows you how. I'll show you how to mill away the copper you don't need, leaving a complete, drilled and scored printed circuit board prototype.

If you want more details on the mill used in this episode, check out my milling blog at:
http://www.onshoulders.org/search/label/Mill

For any unanswered questions, or any feedback you may have, feel free to add a comment to this episode.

5 comments:

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  2. Wow really informative stuff you have shared with us. Hope you will continue more with prototype circuit boards. Thanks.!!

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  3. That was amazing. I'm wondering, how do you connect the vias?

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  4. Hi, I can see that you 3d printed the linear bearings, can I ask, do you have brass bearings inside the plastic part or does the plastic run smoothly enough in direct contact with the steel rod?

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