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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.
 
First meeting to find out what people would like to learn and who is willing to teach us.
 
 
For example: 
 
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
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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
- Arduino/Raspberry Pi interfaces. SPI, one wire protocol,...
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*Arduino/Raspberry Pi interfaces. SPI, one wire protocol,...
- where to buy parts? Gotron is expensive, Farnell is cool, Asian Ebay is dirt cheap
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*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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*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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Electronics workshop 1
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Whitespace Blekerijstraat 75, Gent, Belgium
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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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