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    Quote Originally Posted by wiatroda View Post
    Time to dump good old chemicals, no more classic etching way !!! DIY CNC mill can do it faster and more precise. Small PCB for LM350 adjustable voltage regulator as a power supply for watering system (standard battery power supply with 2xAA doesn't last long, so this time I hope no wife complaining her flowers have died ). Maybe a bit too deep(0.5mm), but it exceed my expectations anyway
    Quite deep, but for 1st cut can not complain.
    May I ask what kind of software was used for circuit design?
    Eagle pcb takes me ages and is inaccurate with leg component distance.

    Thanks
    Tom

  2. Quote Originally Posted by Tom J View Post
    Eagle pcb takes me ages and is inaccurate with leg component distance.

    Thanks
    Tom
    You'll find Eagle is very precise, provided that you select the correct library components.

    *EDIT* provided you're not referring to axial-lead components, where obviously it's down to the designer as to the intended pitch to form the leads.

    Just realised this was a 4 year old post
    Last edited by Doddy; 04-01-2017 at 10:16 PM.

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