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Blacklight for PCBs

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hantto

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I have understood that blacklights are UV-light sources, so can one use a blacklight to make PBCs (don't know what it's called but the part when you exposure the PCB to UV light)
 

Sebi

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The "blacklight blue" not harmful for eyes. For (positive20) PCB exposition need different wawelength (light), and this damaged the eyes.
 

Promocom

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Sorry to contradict you EXO... :D , but I routinely use 2-18" F15T8/350BL blacklight bulbs to expose my positive MG Chemicals boards. Just 4 minutes @ 9" with excellent results.
 
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