12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on 22 March 2002
This book takes you through the basics of the two main PCB production methods, direct artwork and photographic method.
Although it is a little old now, this book contains all the nescesary techniques and information to start making a PCB.
This book, however only touches on the design of PCB's, and really only covers production.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 30 March 2013
Excellent book. I had a copy previously but lost it, or lent it out and never got it back. Many things in it are still relevant but readers should remember that it was first published in 1983. It is from the excellent range of Bernard Babani books most of which need bringing up to date. I have a lot of the series and reading or consulting them takes me back to when I was a Radio and Television/Electronics Technician.
on 11 August 2015
The inside pages of the book were yellowed. I suspect with age, as couldn't smell any smoke from it. The info in here is fine, if you wish to muck around with nasty chemicals. Not me. I'll be looking for an up-to-date book on the subject. Shame. There is still a lot of good info in here for the price, and gives you a history of how PCB were made back in the day. ;-)