Circuit Skills #1: Jameco Value Pro Prototyping Kit
|Jameco Part no. 2113244|
|Manufacturer no.||PROTOTYPE KIT|
|Hazard *This product must ship ground|
|Catalog 152 , page 147|
MAKE Magazine's contributing writer Collin Cunningham teaches you how to etch your own circuit board. Of course, an etched circuit board is the most accurate way to build a circuit and gives the designer much more flexibility. What Collin teaches us is that we no longer have to send our designs away to a PCB manufacturer, we can now do it ourselves, and have fun at the same time. Although there are three popular "subtractive" methods (to remove copper) used for the production of PCB's, his video uses photoengraving.
Collin then drills his circuit board using Jameco's Mini Drill Bit Kit. The entire process takes less than an hour to complete.
|2x 156751||3x4 pre-coated circuit boards|
|1x 156734||Positive developer for pre-sensitized circuit boards|
|1x 616438||Positive 32 oz. bottle of etch solution|
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