Want to design a board but don't know how? here's a
simple tutorial on how to design a board:
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When designing your PCB, keep in mind these following pointers:
0.5 mm drill
0.6 mm drill
0.7 mm drill
0.8 mm drill
0.9 mm drill
1.5 mm drill
Universal Milling Tool
Q: Why should I make my own PCB?
A: Because PCB Boards are:
(Taken from lpkfusa.com)
The LPKF ProtoMat® S62 introduces a new era of state-of-the-art circuit board
plotters for in-house rapid PCB prototyping. This compact high-speed plotter
provides unequaled precision and performance for quickly and easily milling and
drilling circuit board prototypes in a single day.
For more information about the Protomat S62:
The PCB Lab is located at:
Here are some of the projects the PCB lab has made:
Seneca has developed a board that would demonstrate
prospective students a simple connection between Visual Basic and LabJack. This
is a board that would output commands sent by a program made in Visual Basic.
Students of the APE553 Applied Electronics show their newly-printed precision DC-coupled ADC boards. The project design was taken from the Electronic Design article by Prutchi/Norris of August 19th, 2002.
You may send your zipped project/design files to: