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MG Chemicals 600 Series Positive Presensitized Copper Clad Board with 1 oz Copper

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1 customer review

Price: $18.75
Product Specifications
Brand Name MG Chemicals
Manufacturer Series Number 600
Specification Met UL
UNSPSC Code 32131000

This MG Chemicals 600 series prototyping board is a translucent laminate fo... Read full product description

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1/64" Copper Thick, 2 Side, 9" Length x 6" Width B005T8X2KS
5 pack B00LVLF21O
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Product Features

  • This flame retardant laminate is translucent in color and made of continuous woven glass cloth impregnated with epoxy resin
  • The copper on 1 ounce boards is 1.34mil thick (0.0341mm, 34.1 microns)
  • The boards are made of FR4 which is a flame retardant version of G-10 material
  • Developed specifically for the circuit processing industries requirements
  • Complies with UL #E214381 (select boards comply to UL #E213990)

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  • ASIN: B008UH45EW
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Product Description

This MG Chemicals 600 series prototyping board is a translucent laminate for making printed circuit boards (PCB) by transferring artwork from a transparency using exposure to light, followed by developing and etching. It has a fiberglass (FR4) substrate impregnated with epoxy resin for rigidity and resistance to flame, and it has 1 ounce of copper per square foot (1.34 mm thick) for light to moderate current. The material blocks ultraviolet light for protection during automated optical inspection (AOI). It complies with Underwriters Laboratories (UL) #E214381 for materials used in the fabrication of printed wiring boards and is Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliant. This PCB laminate is suitable for prototypes, small production runs, and student training.

MG Chemicals manufactures chemical products for the electronics industry. The company, founded in 1955 and headquartered in Surrey, BC, Canada, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 9001.

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By Kriste on February 21, 2015
Unfortunately, this is the first time I've ever had to give a 1 star review. After carefully exposing the board with a design and using the correct developer, I could see the pattern. Once I rinsed it carefully, all of the photoresist washed away and I was left with a bare copper board. I then did a test with another portion of the unused part of the board. In a dark room and under dim red light, I pulled off part of the protective coating and dipped in the board for 2 seconds and rinsed immediately. The area that was dunked came off and the area that did not hit the developer was not affected at all. I then pulled off the rest of the plastic and dunked it. As you might guess, everything came off.

So what does this mean? The board is an overpriced bare copper clad board with a worthless green film on it.
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