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kalshagar - Electronics and tools
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Circuits without PCB etching

Problem: I want to make circuits nice (because the ugly soldering is sometimes acrobatic and not easy to understand) but I don't want to invest 1,000 Euro for having my full kit for making PCB including those ultimately toxic and dangerous acids for etching.
Solutions:
  1. use simple standards PCB
    1. Pros: not too expensive, lots of size, some better than others
    2. Cons: acrobatic soldering, not optimal component positionning
  2. scavenge existing PCB (from old stuffs)
    1. Pros: not expensive, you might have the perfect (or so) PCB
    2. Cons: gotta find some, sometimes not optimal at all
  3. combo of the standard PCB %20 solder pen
    1. Pros: draw your circuit, bake it, and solder it. Nice alternative to standard PCB, easier to reproduct.
    2. Cons: gotta bake it, still not like making your own PCB, doesn't save of the pre-thinking or the acrobatics
    3. Links :
      1. http://www.picfun.com/pcb09.html
      2. http://akizukidenshi.com/catalog/g/gP-02173/

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I want one I want one I want one T_T

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