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The possibility of vias and traces conducting electricity on PCB surface
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Clyde

Is it possible that traces or vias could conduct electricity through the microSD reader that might possibly touch the PCB's surface?
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potluck9

Running traces under the slot area is not good even if you have a solder-mask layer. You would be relying on the solder-mask to insulate the board from whatever is plugged into the slot.

aleksandr82h

If the board does not have solder mask covering the tracks, then any metal or other conductive material placed on the board may contact the tracks and cause a short. Even with solder mask, you should have some additional insulation between conductive material and the board.

juanbrito

Excellent!

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