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Ask Fran: Make Your Own Printed Circuit Boards Part 2 – Etching!

Here is the part two of Fran from Frantone’s “Make Your Own Printed Circuit Boards” series! She wraps this up next week.

From the video description:

This is the second in my 3-part vlog mini-series on high quality PCB manufacturing. In these vlogs I will show the specialized tools and equipment that you will need to make your own high quality PCB’s from scratch, with step by step demonstrations of each stage – from rendering and checking the artwork, to applying the resist to copper clap boards, to etching, to drilling the PCB’s, to component placement and soldering, and finally to defluxing and finishing.

The PCB artwork and schematics for the Apollo Launch Vehicle Digital Computer Logic Devices are available on my Design and Engineering page.

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