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Submission + - 3D-Printed Circuit Boards, for solder-free printable electronics (instructables.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Check out the latest success of the OpenSCAD 3d-printed electronics library: https://github.com/CarryTheWhat/3D-PCB

To use it, you just need a 3D printer and some conductive thread. OpenSCAD generates a component holder, and conductive thread wraps it all together — no solder, no etching chemicals, no sending out for anything.

The instructable takes you through all the steps from schematic to circuit, and includes a more useful example: the fully printed LED flashlight:

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3D-Printed Circuit Boards, for solder-free printable electronics

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