If at first you don’t succeed…
Today I decided to give PCB isolation milling another try using PCB-GCODE. My first attempt seemed to remove too much copper on one side.
After a few days of consideration and reading about other people’s experiences I was certain it must have something to do with my settings.
After reducing the maximum isolation down to the width of my router bit, I was left with this. It still isn’t perfect, but this is down to my poor design skills in Eagle CAD.
Practice makes perfect. But as for the PCB etching via the isolation method, I am very happy with the results. I think I will soon be able to start building my circuit!
If anyone is interested in the Gcode as a sample to test this method or the settings, I will upload them in an article very soon.
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