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PostPosted: 05 Mar 2019, 06:44 
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Would veroboard be Ok as a means of mounting the components for the regulated filament current for the 300b, for example of Matt's design for the 300b SET?
Before I go ahead and buy some boards I played around laying out the components using DIYLC. I haven't got the heatsinks mounted in and I don't know yet how the trimpot should be mounted.

Any suggestions out there on whether it's a good idea or better ways of laying out the components. Bearing in mind there needs to be two of these - either on the same board or separate.


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Yes you can use vero boards but I find protoype boards to be easier to use espically for complex circuits


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ILoveHiFi wrote:
Yes you can use vero boards but I find protoype boards to be easier to use espically for complex circuits


thanks Koichi, i haven’t used either before but will have a look at both. As there are not too many components possibly a terminal strip might suffice as per Mark’s 300b build a few years back. I try and draw that up too.

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The way your supposed to use a vero board is to drill holes to cut the copper tracks quickly, this way you can accomodate more components.
Some smaller projects veroboards will be faster but complex ones cannot be built on vero boards.

Aliexpress can be low cost for protoype and vero boards but takes long time to ship unless you pay allot for shipping.
aliexpress expect shipping time to be 2-3months.


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