Vulcanized Fiberboard, used for laying out circuits using eyelets. NOT pre-drilled.
Size: 3" x 15" x 0.062"
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the usual way I build a components board for an amp project. Print the layout TO SCALE, tape it well to the material, drill 1/8in holes & set the eyelets with proper punch tool. Be sure that the mounting holes (to the Chassis) don't interfere with component location. Wish it was available in black.
perfect for build project
These are very good quality fiber boards, normally used for making Fender style eyelet boards on tube amps. Highly recommended. I've even made Marshall circuit boards using them. Long enough for even a twin reverb board.
This board is very durable, just flexible enough, and easy to work with.
Perfect for making eyelet boards! Works great, cuts well with a miter saw. Drills really cleanly too. The pieces it comes in are lots long enough to make the longest eyelet board you could imagine. Longer than a Fender AB763 board with reverb even.
This vulcanized fibreboard, which comes in a very dark grey, emulated the type of flexible eyelet boards found in vintage Traynors and Fenders. The board is quite thin and flexes a lot -- so you don't try mounting turrets in them (for that you need the solider Vector glass epoxy resin board available through DigiKey). However, if you want to install eyelets and get something really close to that vintage appearance (or if replacing a board in an old YBA-something), these boards will do the trick.