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HOW TO MAKE A PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD

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HOW TO MAKE A PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD

HOW TO MAKE A PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD

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    HOW TO MAKE A PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD HOW TO MAKE A PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD Presentation Transcript

    • BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008
    • Required materials for PCB1.) DIP trace software installed PC2.)Glossy paper3.)laser printer4.) Household clothes iron5.)Copper clad laminate6.) Etching solution (fecl3)7.) Kitchen scrubs (iron woolen)8.) Thinner (e.g. acetone) BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 2
    • Step 1. Make the Schematic Circuit in Dip Trace software BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 3
    • Step 2. Transfer to board for PCB lay out (top view using software ) BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 4
    • BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 5
    •  Step 3. Save and Print the PCB lay out on Glossy Paper Fig: PCB lay out (bottom view) Fig: PCB lay out (top view) BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 6
    • Step 4. Use Iron to heat-press the Image onto the copper Fig: Removing the oxide Fig Heated iron used to layer from copper layer transfer the pattern on the PCB BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 7
    • After transferring the layout using heated iron Fig :Patterned produced by iron from Glossy paper BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 8
    •  Step 6. Use the Etching process to Remove unwanted copper using fecl3 Fig : To remove the unwanted copper from PCB BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 9
    • Step 7. After the etching we required drilling to mount componentFig: Automatic drill machine Fig : PCB after Etching and Drilling Fig: hand drill machine BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 10
    • Fig: Component mounted on PCB Fig: After soldering process BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 11
    • How we can Generate Protective Layer on PCB BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 12
    • Protective polyester filmBY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 13
    • Put on the PCBBY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 14
    • After placing the photo active foil on PCB than fedinto the laminator to transfer green coating on PCB BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 15
    • After using heated laminator BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 16
    • Exposed to UV light BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 17
    • Remove photo active foil from PCB BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 18
    • Use solution to remove green layer from copper contacts usingsodium carbonate BY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 19
    • Final Green coated PCBBY:Jitendra Jangid AUG 2008 20