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From: Billy Ward <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: 06 July 2001 12:07
Subject: [AMPS] Making PC boards/Silkscreen
It would probably take over an hour to author a letter telling exactly how
to do the silkscreen method of making PC boards. However, if there are
enough in the group that would be interested in learning how, I could take
the time to write about it Many years ago, I did a demo for a Ham Radio Club
where I started with the tape-up layout and produced a finished etched and
cleaned ready-to-use 4" X 6" board in 16 minutes flat.
I am planning a website devoted to that task in the near furture--say by
***I, for one, would like to see the full info.
But if you get your hands in the solution a transdermal thing will happen
and eventually you will have Amonium Chloride (from the Amonium Hydroxide
reacted with Hydrochloric Acid) get into your urine and you'll flunk a U/A
*** I imagine the other reason for failing the test is more fun. One place I
worked years ago had a home brew gold plating unit. There were ampules of
amyl nitrate with built in 'snorting tubes' in case of cyanide problems. It
always surprised me that they were still there.
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