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Written by Bob Willis   
Monday, 24 March 2003 19:00

By Jon Varteresian
Newnes

It is difficult to know who will buy this book, it seems to be aimed at the student, hobbyist, lecturer etc. but making your own printed boards? If you want to try it, for the small sum of £22 the book provides you the guidance on design and manufacture including the health and safety issues.

The handbook comes with a CD-ROM which includes a searchable version of the text, plus the tools to assist you with the projects included. It is easy to follow in a step by step procedure but I can't see many engineers buying this book.


 

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