Plain Copper-Clad Fibreglass Circuit Board



Manufacturer : RVFM
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High quality 305g/m copper clad boards in epoxy glass material.

  • Thickness 1.6mm
  • Suitable etchant: ferric chloride solution


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Manufacturer’s Part Number: RVFM

Copper Clad Single Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 100 X 160mm

34-0800£1.21£0.9636£0.8496
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Copper Clad Single Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 233.4 X 160mm

34-0805£2.58£2.30£2.09
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Copper Clad Single Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 100 X 220mm

34-0810£1.56£1.37£1.17
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Copper Clad Single Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 233.4 X 220mm

34-0815£3.48£3.16£2.90
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Copper Clad Double Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 100 X 160mm

34-0820£1.32£1.05£0.912
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Copper Clad Double Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 233.4 X 160mm

34-0825£2.68£2.45£2.16
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Copper Clad Double Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 100 X 220mm

34-0830£1.46£1.32£1.21
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Copper Clad Double Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 233.4 X 220mm

34-0835£3.82£3.47£3.04
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Copper Clad Single Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 203 X 95mm

34-0360£1.40£1.24£0.9756
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Copper Clad Single Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 203 X 305mm

34-0365£4.07£3.66£3.34
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Copper Clad Double Sided FR4 Fibre Glass Board 203 X 305mm

34-0845£4.31£4.07£3.54
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Question by Edward Holmes
18th April 2013

QHello, how would you recommend cutting this FR4? I have heard of people using scoring and snapping methods and also using saws and miniature rotary tools. At school we used a PCB guillotine, but I can't afford one of these. Do you know of any other ways of making a clean cut without producing large amounts of dust if possible?
AHi Edward. Thank you for your question. The best option is the sharp knife and snapping as the most cost effective method, but if used carefully you may get away with using 34-6178 - it is not really designed for this but should be OK.

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