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irmcdermott

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Re: This is my work
« Reply #15 on: November 09, 2011, 07:44:02 AM »
Don't know if he still does, but Doug Deeper at one point was doing all of MidFi's stuff on perf. I've only made one perf attempt, and while it was successful, I don't see it replacing etching PCBs anytime soon :)

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Re: This is my work
« Reply #16 on: November 10, 2011, 12:53:56 PM »
My friend, as someone who is still new enough to this whole deal, I would not consider doing this out of the gate until I worked on some PCB double sided, then a few single sided boards for a different technique and then I might tackle perf, although I personally have no plans to. In my case I didn't know squat about electronics so that made it an easy decision for me. Don't know if you have that knowledge base or not.

I give you kudos for having the balls to try though. Should serve you well when you get your PCB's. I'm more of a baby steps kind of guy on this stuff, but that is just me.

Good luck going forward and post your questions here as the pro's can help for sure.
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Re: This is my work
« Reply #17 on: November 12, 2011, 06:35:07 AM »
Seriously mate; PCB's FTW.

I would suggest starting with somthing as simple, but also usefull, as possible like a booster for example.

With Madbeans prices you can't really go wrong.

I use veroboard sometimes for fuzz boxes etc (to get that D*A*M look going) but if Madbean sells the PCB I'm looking for I'll just go with that.

Good luck!