From: Scott McDonnell (simstoolbox_at_attbi.com)
Date: 2002-10-03 22:34:20
Thanks for that great info!! I found a dealer of several similar products, including the Cir-Kits and an "Edge Connector frame" thought you all would find this interesting. http://www.contacteast.com/product/catlist.cfm?cat=DB47D1EA-0C85-11D4-A60C00 9027AFC798 Scott ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ethan Dicks" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Thursday, October 03, 2002 3:49 PM Subject: Re: Ang: Re: Cassetteport on a C64? > > > > > > Miika, and all... > > > > I've considered that, but I do not know how tough the conductive > > ink/paint is... Will it wear off if I plug in and out the datasette > > a couple of times? > > Paint? Probably will. What is standard in the industry are rub-on > copper-foil traces. You clean part of the trace a couple of mm back > from the damaged area, select the right shape "sticker" from the > repair kit, place it where the missing edge connector pad is, rub > the front of the repair kit to bond the replacement pad to the > fiberglass, then (I think) add a touch of solder where the old trace > and the new trace overlap. > > It's easy to draw; it's hard to describe verbally. Imagine the same > sort of dry-transfer pad that are used for building a PCB manually > on blank copper-clad board, but instead of etch resist, the shapes > are made of copper and meant to be soldered to, once applied. > > I have never used them, but I know they are still available, even > for SMT pads (which lift off very easily from too much heat during > rework). > > -ethan > > -- > Visit "The Seventh Continent" > http://penguincentral.com/penguincentral.html > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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