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Thomas 11th March 2002 10:24 AM

source of >35um pcb

Just spended a coupple of hours searcing for thick (70um,105um)copper pcb's for etching and didn't find any. I need a scource in eu if possible. Please help! :confused:

UrSv 11th March 2002 10:41 AM

Hi Thomas,

I've been using the boards from ELFA ( in Sweden for a while. It is standard stuff and they have 1.55 mm thick boards with either 17.5u, 35u, 70u or even 105u nowadays. The 105u should be great for amplifiers since it is 3 times the normal thickness.


wuffwaff 11th March 2002 10:51 AM

Hi Thomas,

I normally use the 70 um ones from "Bungard" . You can have them in a lot of standard sizes, single or double sided. In Germany you can order them at Conrad (


sonnya 11th March 2002 02:51 PM

Hi thomas.

Try Farnell, Radio parts and Vejle RC. The last time we needed a board for fast prototyping. We used Vejle RC, just because we where driving through Vejle.


Thomas 11th March 2002 07:44 PM

Thanks! Just what i needed! :D

dice45 11th March 2002 11:46 PM


the Bungard stuff is superior and their representative on an electronics fair showed me they manufacture all possible a PCB thicknesses and copper layer thicknesses. I did not need it, so i didn't pursue it further, but look for Bungard on the web, you can order directly from them TMK.

Hoffmeyer 29th March 2002 08:13 AM

In Denmark, then try my favorite supplyer :

A good searchmachine for things like that is , purely danish.

Thomas 29th March 2002 10:50 AM

Thanks! - Again! :cool:

... Meanwhile I found 70u PCB in walking distance from where I live.

Bernard: looks interesting. They shure have an impressive selection. Five laminate types including PTFE, six thciknes of boards, and three copper. Combined thats 90 different PCB types. Strangely enough their webside only showed up to 70u thickness of copper.

Hoffmeyer: Lautronic is in my permanent bookmark collecion form now on. They have a nice selection of PCB including 105u and accessories for print making.

Thomas 29th March 2002 10:59 AM

BTW: Did you notice this is a new forum 'Electronics and parts'?

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