- Published in issue 9/1990 on page 30
Make your own PCBs
Experimenting with electronics is great fun and many of you will have no objection to a drawer full of projects that never made it beyond the stripboard stage. However, once a circuit is known to function reliably, the last step is inevitably to put it on a printed-circuit board. In this magazine we monthly ofter the PCS artwork for numerous projects, so all the designing and checking has been done for you. The next logical step is to make a flying start with the project by buying one of our ready-made PCSs produced to professional standards. However, in case a PCS is not available ready-made, there is no other way than to produce it yourself.