Hi, repaired many a radio's circuit tracks-i,e. fine tweezers screwdriver-pressure- superglue before now. but any views on the reverse i,e lifting a circuit board track(trace) off a donor radio board-any views, i have done this before but a llllong time ago? i thought heat, Alcohol, scalpel? and no i dont wish to just bridge with wire as i know all those methods. any thoughts''.
cheers for the feed back. circuit trace repaired at the time of the post.
it is as you say unpractical but hay a cb user is happy with a super glued trace. and the cb is stable now, so what is practicality.
If the trace is big enough I suppose it would work. When I think of PCBs these days I think of very tiny narrow traces that don't stand up to any heat etc and are impossible to repair even with wire links.