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Subject: Re: copper thickness

Date: 10/15/03 at 2:22 PM
Posted by: Randy Jackson
E-mail: rbjackson@sbcglobal.com
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In Reply to: copper thickness posted by Craig Cobert on 10/13/03 at 10:49 AM:

Thickness is usually specified (in America anyway) in ounces. It means ounces of copper per square foot. It is about .0014" thick per ounce.
You specify in your fabrication drawing the weight of the copper per layer. Go for a balanced construction or your PCB will warp.


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