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From: "Don K"
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Subject: Re: How to make/solder a circuit fast?
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Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2002 22:00:50 GMT
"N. Thornton" wrote in message
> Ultracheap PCBs:
> 1. a piece of very thin 1/8" wood. Skewer it with a needle to make
> holes, bend the leads over underneath to solder them together. Yes its
> crude, but it does work.
Thicker 1/8" wood will probably work too.
> 2. In fact for your circuit you could even go with a papier colle
> circuit board. Smear each sheet of newspaper with wallpaper paste, and
> press it onto the previous sheet, rolling it to squeeze out the goo.
> After several sheets youve got a sheet of stupidly cheap PCB. Put a
> weight on it to dry, so it dries flat. Again a sharp spike is all you
> need to 'drill' it.
Now that is a true multilayer *printed* circuit board!
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