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Re: [vox] Making custom circuit boards
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Re: [vox] Making custom circuit boards

I did a Google search on "iron on printed circuit" and found more than a few
sites describing the process (and enough interesting sites to keep me distracted
for an hour or so) but unless you really want to learn to do it your self I
think that  far circuits would be far more cost and time effective.

on the other hand wire wrapping builds character. :-)


Ryan wrote:

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> On Thursday, February 07 2002 11:09 am, Paul Barnhart wrote:
> > Try Far Circuits (www.farcircuits.net) They have a good reputation.
> "Custom boards may be made for $.50 square inch or $4.00 minimum per board
> for single sided, etched, drilled and solder coated."
> ...and thier order form says shipping is $1.50, so I can have my board (4.2x2
> inches) made and shipped for under $10!
> This not much more then it costs to buy a blank and chemicals from radio
> shack.
> Thanks a lot for telling me about them.
> > You could try the copier/laser printer iron on type of process
> I've heard of this, but haven't seen any good instructions, do you know of a
> website with instructions? ( the more fool proof the better ;)
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