Difference between revisions of "Pledge: PCB Etch Tank"

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* <s>£25 --[[User:Meurig|Meurig]]</s> PAID
 
* <s>£25 --[[User:Meurig|Meurig]]</s> PAID
  
Paid '''£145'''
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Paid '''£195'''
  
 
Running total: '''£245'''
 
Running total: '''£245'''
  
 
Approximate target: '''£239''' (inc VAT + delivery) from [http://www.electronelec.co.uk/acatalog/PA104_BUBBLE_ETCH_TANK_____chr_42_____RoHS____chr_42_____.html ElectronElec]
 
Approximate target: '''£239''' (inc VAT + delivery) from [http://www.electronelec.co.uk/acatalog/PA104_BUBBLE_ETCH_TANK_____chr_42_____RoHS____chr_42_____.html ElectronElec]

Revision as of 11:13, 14 March 2011

Etch tank

PCB production had been growing at the last space, lets get more tools for it!

Also see discussion page - artag

newsflash A 4-tank unit (with wash baths and a sink) is due to be auctioned on thursday 17th march. Maybe we could buy it and install it in place of the unit 23 sink ? Don't know what it will go for but I suggest not very much compared with new equipment .. maybe £30 to £150. --Artag 14:26, 12 March 2011 (UTC)


The item

A bubble etch tank, to etch out PCBs in.

While you can use a bowl and slosh enchant around, it is much better to use a bubble etch tank. It etches faster and, evenly.

Pledges

Pay with payment ref: 'PCBETCH'

Paid £195

Running total: £245

Approximate target: £239 (inc VAT + delivery) from ElectronElec