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#204 Make a PCB from scratch using EasyEDA // Part 2 // Tutorial

#204 Make a PCB from scratch using EasyEDA // Part 2 // Tutorial



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Part two of this video we'll be taking a look at how to use a solder stencil, placing SMD components, soldering using kitchen equipment and fixing up your mistakes.

Part 1 of the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPmgDhwbd1w

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20 Comments

  1. Date: April 8, 2018 at 12:40
    Author: Marcus Wiedner

    I just recently found out, that you can do this at JLCPCB…. on every fucking channel for the last 2 months. It's enough! This is more annoying than the Keysight Giveaway each year.

  2. Date: April 8, 2018 at 14:54
    Author: Kean Maizels

    I just noticed while watching this that my jar of Loctite GC10 it is about to expire. And we've only use about 1/4 of the $100 jar! 🙁

  3. Date: April 8, 2018 at 15:10
    Author: John Parra

    Thank you for doing this. Your "awesome!" You can get some "Plastruct" plastic Styrene sheets from "Hobby King" that are 31cm × 18cm × 20mm, or thinner. You can make your own spreader for solder paste.

  4. Date: April 8, 2018 at 15:44
    Author: Winston Smith

    I turn in-video notifications off because many content producers don't know how to properly size, place or limit the number of them, so if you put a link to part 1 of this effort in the video, I didn't see it. Please put links to previous parts of a video in the show notes. Also, as far as the PCB is concerned, what the heck are you making or is that a secret?

  5. Date: April 8, 2018 at 16:15
    Author: Richard T

    I come for the electronics, I stay for the wacky humour. Not sure which I prefer! Hmmmm ….

  6. Date: April 8, 2018 at 20:44
    Author: Tim Favreau

    I wanted a mmBoard…. 🙁 that was NOT funny JLCPCB man… but a good play on April fools…

  7. Date: April 8, 2018 at 22:01
    Author: Hari Wiguna

    I hate to admit it, but that silly JLCPCB man skit made me laugh.
    Mick, what "fabric" do you use to clean the stencil? I used alcohol swabs and got fibers on the sharp stencil holes 🙁

  8. Date: April 9, 2018 at 05:11
    Author: shazam

    Did you get a quote for them to assemble the PCB? Thanks

  9. Date: April 9, 2018 at 18:24
    Author: bonnome2

    Could you explain the choice for the SAMD21 compared to other chips? From the arm website the cortex m0+ has a amazing powerconsumptions. However I can't find a good comparison of real power consumptions.

  10. Date: April 10, 2018 at 02:22
    Author: Korishan

    I've been designing my bms on EasyEDA. Takes a little while to get used to and learn when you've never touched that kind of software/projects before. But it was fairly easy to learn, and the help forums are great help. I had to make some adapter boards from .65 to 2.5 for the breadboard for prototyping. Was fun 🙂
    Now I'm tackling the next task of a major bms setup design. FUN!!! ?

  11. Date: April 12, 2018 at 07:32

    Very nice, thank you. Of course, this method of assembly would not be profitable, but is ok for an initial shakedown. Consider doing a video on volume production and automated testing.

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