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PCB design & assembly
 
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First meeting to find out what people would like to learn and who is willing to teach us.
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For example: 
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- working with SMD components. it opened my eyes when Johannes showed up with a small cheap booklet that holds +-4000 SMD resistors and capacitators. it's not impossible for the amateur, and a big improvement
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- Arduino/Raspberry Pi interfaces. SPI, one wire protocol,...
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- where to buy parts? Gotron is expensive, Farnell is cool, Asian Ebay is dirt cheap
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- perfboard assembly: tips, tricks, best practices,.... I know there's a lot to learn, even with a Bachelor degree in electronics I've made a lot of shitty prototype boards- is there a reasonable way to etch a PCB at home? it does not have to be high-tech multi-layer, but would it be an improvement over the prototype boards?
  
 
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Revision as of 20:15, 18 November 2012

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Electronics workshop 1
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From 2012/12/06 20:30 to 2012/12/06 23:59:59


Where:
Whitespace Blekerijstraat 75, Gent, Belgium
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Costs 0

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«introducing technology available to the enthousiast PCB design & assembly»

First meeting to find out what people would like to learn and who is willing to teach us.

For example:  - working with SMD components. it opened my eyes when Johannes showed up with a small cheap booklet that holds +-4000 SMD resistors and capacitators. it's not impossible for the amateur, and a big improvement - Arduino/Raspberry Pi interfaces. SPI, one wire protocol,... - where to buy parts? Gotron is expensive, Farnell is cool, Asian Ebay is dirt cheap - perfboard assembly: tips, tricks, best practices,.... I know there's a lot to learn, even with a Bachelor degree in electronics I've made a lot of shitty prototype boards- is there a reasonable way to etch a PCB at home? it does not have to be high-tech multi-layer, but would it be an improvement over the prototype boards?

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