BNeutral t1_j9eyy1s wrote

>Now that you have your art on a board, you’re going to have to find a company that manufactures PCBs

It seems to me like I've been successfully stopped from printing circuit boards by this clickbait article. It's about how to design and send a board somewhere to get it manufactured, not about printing it yourself.

My closest approach to printing a board myself was to print guide lines it using a 3D printer and hammering in some copper.


BNeutral t1_j4styf0 wrote

Nowhere, things are just more efficient. Or less efficient. Depends on how you want to look at it.

Yelling is a very bad example for your question thought because the mechanics are a bit harder to follow? On earth, if you hit something, the molecules of that move around, and eventually some of them at the borders push on the air and sound is created. In a vacuum, the molecules of what you hit don't push any air, and either more of that is converted to heat, or the molecules oscillate longer as the wave propagates through them, or more kinetic energy ends up propelling what you hit, or some combination of all of this.