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HI Guys I'm Steve From India

And Today i'm Going to Show to How To make a PCB Board.

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Step 1: What You Need

  • Copper Clad click
  • Photo Paper
  • Laser Printer
  • Ferric chloride
  • PCB Drill click
  • Cloth Iron

Step 2: Now Come to Work

I'll do step by step

  • Print Out Your PCB layout in photo paper with Laser Printer Only
  • Cut The Copper Clad in The Same size to match the layout dimension
  • Now Put The Paper onto The Copper Clad and Press With The Hot IRON
  • Now You Need a Bowl of Water
  • Put The PCB into The Water Let it soak For Around 30 minutes
  • Now carefully Remover The Paper From Board
  • After Removing The paper
  • You need to put some of Ferric chloride in a container with little water
  • Now put the PCB into the Ferric chloride Solution
  • After 20-30 minutes You Are done to take the PCB OFF
  • Now clean the PCB with some water
  • Now You Need a acetone and cotton ball to remove the black part
  • After Doing that you need to drill The holes for The components
  • Now Place your components and solder it

Step 3: You Are Done

  • Your PCB is Competed Your PCB will Look Something like This

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<p>Looks easy to do.</p><p>Should the photo paper be glossy or matte?</p>
<p>You may use a page of a magazine paper instead. Though pages are already printed still you may print your lay out again on it with a laser printer! Now you need not to buy a photo paper!</p>
glossy
<p>Be sorry that you especially need a laser printer. Is there any way to do ist with an inkjet printer?</p>
sorry it's only need laser printer
Nope, it has to be laser, they work by melting the ink powder before transferring it to the paper. In this application the iron again melts the ink layer and allows it to transfer to the copper clad board.<br><br>It's not a very reliable method but I still congratulate the author for coming up with the idea which is definitely in the spirit of Instructables.
I'll try

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