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Read more about this Home made PCB guide on my web site: DIY PCB. First step prepare the SCH and PCB files.
 
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Step 1: Step 2 of home made pcb

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Prepare the copper PCB and the print the PCB layout

Step 2: Step 3 of home made pcb

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Print the PCB layout on a glossy paper

Step 3: Step 4

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Clean the copper surface.

Step 4: Step 5

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Cover the copper surface with the printed glossy paper

Step 5: Step 6

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Using an fully heated iron transfer the tonner to the copper surface. More interesting DIY projects on my web site.

Step 6: Step 7

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Immerse in hot water the PCB and clean the residual paper from the surface.

Step 7: Step 8

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Immerse the PCB in ferric chloride. More images with this DIY PCB project on my webpage.

Step 8: Step 9

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Prepare the components and drill holes in the PCB for them.

Step 9: Step 10

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Prepare the copper surface of the PCB for soldering.

Step 10: Step 11

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Solder the components in to the PCB, cut the excess leads and make a final inspection before you power up the system!
zoomboom2 months ago

Thank you for a great tutorial I love it

Good day sir! I am just curious of what software you used in making the pcb layout? I'm not really familiar with the software upon seeing the snapshot. Thank you!
recwap (author)  arduinodude1111 months ago

Yes it's expressPCB.

I believe it's expressPCB, a free package.. :)