Copper clad board

Does anyone have a piece of copper clad big enough for a 54mm(W) x
90.93 (H)mm sized PCB they can bring in for tomorrow night?

It’s all exciting stuff. This will be the first time I’ve ever etched
a board. I’m making a fuse doctor. I think I may have locked myself
out
of my atmega328. I think I’ve either disabled spi fuse/ disabled reset
pin. LOL The chip is definately live and kicking according to my
scope.
I know it maybe cheaper to buy new ones and I do have spare ones but
where’s the fun in that.

I’ve only seen it done once at the lab. When Bob made some sort of
breakout for the lcd display. I might need some help in develping it.
From what I remeber I just use the laser jet in the lab to print off
the image of the traces then use the laminator to transfer the image
facing down onto the copper clad.
Finally Mr bubbles will kindly etch it out for me.

I have some single sided sheets of pcb in the pcb equipment box. they are
half-eurocard, 140mm x 100mm

I’m planning on making a PCB tomorrow, so i can run you through how to do
it and we can make them in parallel.

-BobOn 27 March 2012 12:40, Steven Choi swchoi.choi@gmail.com wrote:

Does anyone have a piece of copper clad big enough for a 54mm(W) x
90.93 (H)mm sized PCB they can bring in for tomorrow night?

It’s all exciting stuff. This will be the first time I’ve ever etched
a board. I’m making a fuse doctor. I think I may have locked myself
out
of my atmega328. I think I’ve either disabled spi fuse/ disabled reset
pin. LOL The chip is definately live and kicking according to my
scope.
I know it maybe cheaper to buy new ones and I do have spare ones but
where’s the fun in that.

I’ve only seen it done once at the lab. When Bob made some sort of
breakout for the lcd display. I might need some help in develping it.
From what I remeber I just use the laser jet in the lab to print off
the image of the traces then use the laminator to transfer the image
facing down onto the copper clad.
Finally Mr bubbles will kindly etch it out for me.


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I’m hoping to make a PCB too!! group huddle around the etch tank!!

AlexOn 27 March 2012 13:14, Bob Clough parag0n@ivixor.net wrote:

I have some single sided sheets of pcb in the pcb equipment box. they are
half-eurocard, 140mm x 100mm

I’m planning on making a PCB tomorrow, so i can run you through how to do it
and we can make them in parallel.

-Bob

On 27 March 2012 12:40, Steven Choi swchoi.choi@gmail.com wrote:

Does anyone have a piece of copper clad big enough for a 54mm(W) x
90.93 (H)mm sized PCB they can bring in for tomorrow night?

It’s all exciting stuff. This will be the first time I’ve ever etched
a board. I’m making a fuse doctor. I think I may have locked myself
out
of my atmega328. I think I’ve either disabled spi fuse/ disabled reset
pin. LOL The chip is definately live and kicking according to my
scope.
I know it maybe cheaper to buy new ones and I do have spare ones but
where’s the fun in that.

I’ve only seen it done once at the lab. When Bob made some sort of
breakout for the lcd display. I might need some help in develping it.
From what I remeber I just use the laser jet in the lab to print off
the image of the traces then use the laminator to transfer the image
facing down onto the copper clad.
Finally Mr bubbles will kindly etch it out for me.


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Yay ta Bob. I 'll pay you back for the pcb.
I do hope Mr bubbles isn’t gonna through a tantrum. [?]

I’m hoping to make a PCB too!! group huddle around the etch tank!!

Alex

I have some single sided sheets of pcb in the pcb equipment box. they
are

half-eurocard, 140mm x 100mm

I’m planning on making a PCB tomorrow, so i can run you through how to
do it

and we can make them in parallel.

-Bob

Does anyone have a piece of copper clad big enough for a 54mm(W) x
90.93 (H)mm sized PCB they can bring in for tomorrow night?

It’s all exciting stuff. This will be the first time I’ve ever etched
a board. I’m making a fuse doctor. I think I may have locked myself
out
of my atmega328. I think I’ve either disabled spi fuse/ disabled reset
pin. LOL The chip is definately live and kicking according to my
scope.
I know it maybe cheaper to buy new ones and I do have spare ones but
where’s the fun in that.

I’ve only seen it done once at the lab. When Bob made some sort of
breakout for the lcd display. I might need some help in develping it.
From what I remeber I just use the laser jet in the lab to print off
the image of the traces then use the laminator to transfer the image
facing down onto the copper clad.
Finally Mr bubbles will kindly etch it out for me.


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