Making your own PCBs is really a very simple process. It can be quick, clean, and very inexpensive. Here we have broken down the process into four basic steps:
Put an artwork base into your laser printer and print out the desired circuit design.
Place the board in the tray, mix some developer (1 bag of developer per litre of water) with water and pour on top and agitate to remove exposed photo resist.
It’s really as simple as that. The links below will go into more detail and break down each step further, but as you see the overall process is alot simpler than many believe. We also believe that with our products, the quality can be as good as getting your PCBs prototyped professionaly as well as saving you time, money and giving you a lot more flexibility in design.
With the introduction of an economy UV Exposure Box ($49.95), its now possible to get all the gear required to make your own PCBs at home for only a little over $100!
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