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From: John Devereux
Subject: Re: Making 2 Layer PCB's
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 10:42:35 +0000
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"Shaun Davy" wrote:
>Just wondering if any of u electronic genius's out there have ever made 2
>Layer PCBs at home.
>Am building a board at moment that can't finish routing on single layer
>cause of too many tracks so I guess I have to goto 2 layer board or work out
>how to get protel to do single layer and get it to use wire links.
>I have no troubles with the etching part but how do I take care of what is
>usually the through hole plating bit. resistors and diodes etc I can solder
>both sides of the board but I have a 28 pin socket for the pic and a DB9 and
>DB25 PCB mount connector on the board. How do I get both sides of the board
>to make contact with the pins??
Re the 28 pin socket, use the "turned pin" style. These have
metal standoffs that you can solder both sides of.
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