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  • Re: Solder Mask on Edge Connector

    Hi I think you were a brave doing it with 150 grit. I wouldn't touch a PCB with anything bellow 400 grit, and preferebly higgher. But, as long as you got the

    jorgef_tech 2 days ago
  • Solder Mask on Edge Connector

    Thanks to everyone who offered their solutions for removing solder-mask from an inadvertently masked edge connector. I was not too keen on most of the

    bbell770 2 days ago
  • Re: Question about edge connectors

    I would stay away from Methylene Chloride - it fairly quickly attacks epoxy and will compromise the integrity of your boards (FR4 is fiberglass and epoxy).

    giarkwahs 2 days ago
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This group is for users of KiCad, the amazing integrated EDA program. Not only does it capture schematics and layout PCBs, it is open source, free and runs on a range of platforms. This group concentrates on actually using KiCad, so post your questions, hints, tips and suggestions for improvements.

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