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From: Tom Woodrow
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Subject: Re: Making 2 Layer PCB's
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 23:37:20 GMT
Organization: AT&T Broadband
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 23:37:20 GMT
I meant to say that, but it was past my bed time and I ran out of good
words. You are correct, that is what I was trying to say when I went
Tilmann Reh wrote:
> Shaun Davy schrieb:
>>But i think u answered my question anyways. So i just need to get a hold of
>>and use "Feedthru Pads".
>>Any ideas where i would get them from. I am in Australia and have never seen
>>that sort of thing at Dick Smith.
> Tom was talking about simple small wire pieces, soldered in to connect
> a pad on the top layer with one on the bottom layer (without a component
> For parts that can't be soldered on the top layer, you should use short
> tracks to somewhere outside of them where you can solder both sides,
> and place a "via" there which later is done with this wire piece.
> Dipl.-Ing. Tilmann Reh
> Autometer GmbH Siegen - Elektronik nach Maß.
> In a world without walls and fences, who needs Windows and Gates ?
> (Sun Microsystems)
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