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PCB Tip, tip for creating pads on continuously coated PCB's

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Published on Jun 25, 2012

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I've been building some QRP transmitters and I see that some folk are cutting up bits of PCB and gluing them on the main board as pad or terminals. I see that as a bit of hassle so I came up with the idea of simply cutting the copper with a homemade cutter. I haven't seen the idea used before but it makes senses to me as a simple way of obtaining as many pads as I want where I want then. I haven't constructed anything using this method yet as I have only just thought about doing it today and I thought I'd take this opportunity to upload a video and share the idea. I get distracted very easily and I thought it's such a good idea I need to share it, so instead of building the TX I've been making this blessed video, it's a one take video with no re-takes but I know that the process can be improved upon with a bit of practice. I show how I made a simple cutter but I'm sure that YouTubers will come up with their own interpretation/solutions, I'm just sowing the seeds of a good idea.
Thanks for watching.
73's Andy
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ps I thought I had something new but also see this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErJWhw...

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