|Nov 06, 2012, 09:12 AM|
Joined Jul 2010
I've started doing my own pcb lately and enjoy it a lot.
I learned from the internet and do them with a laser printer, transparent sheet, iron to transfer the schematic and acid to dissolve.
but what do you put over it once you have done all that to protect the circuit? mine are naked and a drop of water or a finger can create an issue... is there a liquid cover to protect the pcb?
thank you for any tip.
|Nov 06, 2012, 11:58 AM|
United Kingdom, Bristol
Joined Aug 2008
immerse tin plating crystals not very cheap at all. In US they got something cheaper and name escapes me no matter no shipping overseas. I use thin coat of spay paint. Needs to be very thin when thick soldering burns it quite badly.
or if your setup with UV light http://www.aliexpress.com/item/UV-So...542613164.html
|Nov 07, 2012, 05:30 AM|
Conrad Electronic carries a spray called "Plastic 70".
It smells horrible, but covers PCBs nicely and does not cause problems when resoldering is required.
But clear spray paint works well also.
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