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    Post Assembling a PSU

    OK so i have somewhat of an idea to what my PSU is going to be and i've got all the parts..
    I was originaly going to make a PCB in tech class in school. Fortunaty (in some ways) I'm done for the summer. But this means that I need an alternative method to putting this mess together.
    So what is recomended?
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    Cool

    Universal solder board is probably the best idea. Available at any electronics shop, even Radio Shack.
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    If you want to etch your own PCB and have access to a laser printer or copy machine, you can use something like Press-n-Peel blue (www.techniks.com) which you can use to transfer the image onto a PCB, then you just have to get some etching solution from Radio Shack.

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