After making your first PCB, you’re immediately faced with your next challenge – drilling the holes. It’s a doable task with a small drill press, but a lot of makers already have a small CNC mill or router, but how to make that work the first time? [Alessio] has you covered with a technique that uses a CNC-mounted webcam and some linear algebra for perfect through-holes the first time and every time.
A few months ago we saw [Alessio]‘s work with transform matrices and PCB drills. The reasoning behind this technique is if a PCB isn’t exactly aligned to … Read the rest
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