Posts tagged with: PCB

As part of my modification plan (for my Korg MR-2000S), I will need to convert the SMD to DIP. That’s because all the original components on the Korg MR-2000S mostly are SMD, like below opamp. I’m not saying those kind...
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As I have informed on previous post here, the best way to trace the PCB is to remove as much component as possible. This to make sure some of your tracing process are accurate. Although not mandatory, but seeing I...
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Perhaps you still remember the first article about designing the PCB? Now finally, the PCB has been done. The result is quite awesome, as the specs also set at premium grade. This 2.5 mm thick red PCB has 2 oz...
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I bought Yamamoto 9Pin socket few weeks ago and I just realize that actually I need the PCB in order to make the soldering process easier. As you also notice, the 9Pin socket has very tiny pins. Soldering them probably...
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I designed a simple SRPP PCB for my own project. A special thanks to my friend, Mr. ATP who helped to process the PCB fabrication. Well, later these days, I just feel more comfortable with PCB rather than point-to-point wiring....
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Well, this is a surprise news for me (at first). A “Made in America” PCB? Seriously? Few months ago, my friend introduced me to TubeCAD (and finally led me to John Broskie). Actually, I knew his TubeCAD Journal and even...
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