The PCBWriter project aims to make it possible to quickly and reliably create high-quality, one-of PCBs.
How does it work?
The PCBWriter essentially works like a laser printer. A laser beam is deflected by a rotating polygon mirror and thus “scanned” over a line on the PCB (see picture). The whole mirror assembly is then moved perpendicular to this line, thus writing the image line-by-line.
Information on the workshop will be posted on this website as they become available. If you are potentially interested, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org; we will notify you once we know more.
See more on GitHub.