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    How to Use Perfboard Without Copper

    How to Use Perfboard Without Copper

    When it comes to manufacturing prototype electronic circuits, aka, Dot PCB, the use of perfboard is widespread. The perfboard is a thin material shaped in small grids across the sheet. The grids have tiny holes often circled by copper. However, if you want to make bare boards, you will want to manufacture the perfboard without

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    How To Fix A Broken Circuit Board Contact

    How To Fix A Broken Circuit Board Contact

    Printed circuit boards (PCBs) use multiple layers of copper and fiberglass connected with glue or epoxy resin. Although the epoxy resin used in the printed circuit boards is heat-resistant, sometimes it can get damaged due to overheating and high voltage issues. At this time, you may want to know how to fix a broken circuit

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    How to Clean A Circuit Board of Corrosion

    How to Clean A Circuit Board of Corrosion

    A circuit board is responsible for the speed and performance of most electronic devices, including smartphones, smart TVs, and many more. However, due to many unavoidable reasons, the electric boards may get dirty and cause corrosion. And corrosion on the circuit board is detrimental for device performance and may cause the device to get damaged

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    How to Cut PCB

    How to Cut PCB

    PCB or printed circuit boards have brought a breakthrough revolution in the communications and electronics industry. These PCBs are available in a variety of shapes and sizes, and at times, you might require cutting them to fit your operational requirements. So, did you even think about cutting a PCB? I guess even if you have

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    How To Clean Flux from PCB:An In-Depth Guideline

    How To Clean Flux from PCB:An In-Depth Guideline

    Cleaning the PCB from flux after soldering is probably one thing that is based more on myths than the facts. For instance, most technicians prefer using or at least advised to use IPS (Isopropyl alcohol) to clean the flux residues for the post-soldering procedure. However, there are indications that such hygroscopic solvent such as the

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