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DIY flexible printed circuits
Posted on Sunday, November 9, 2008   •   Category: PCB


Produce your own single-sided flexible printed circuits using a solid ink printer, copper-coated polyimide film, and common circuit board etching chemicals. You will find flex PCBs inside most cellphones or similar miniaturized gadgets. Flex PCBs are useful for making tiny cables and extremely lightweight circuits. However, few shops yet make custom flex PCBs for reasonable prices in small volumes.


Designing PCB with Eagle CAD
Posted on Tuesday, April 8, 2008   •   Category: PCB


To design my circuit boards, I use the freeware version of the Eagle Layout Editor by CadSoft Computer GmbH. The software is located in the download area of their site. I give an introduction to Eagle under the category Eagle CAD. For convenience, here is a list of the posts: * Eagle 1: Description * Eagle 2: Libraries * Eagle 3: Setup * Eagle 4: Schematics * Eagle 5: Components * Ground Pour * Setting All Drill Sizes * Setting All Pad Sizes


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