I am laying out a 2-layer PCB that has only through hole components, and I need it to be as small as possible. I was wondering how small I can set the clearance rule between the components?
When I searched I found very dense PCBs that has components nearly very close to one another like this one:
Does any component spacing work as long as pad to pad clearance is nearly 1 mm for easy soldering?
I am leaving very small distance between the fuse holder, pin header and the diode (aprox. 1 mm), is there any thing I need to consider?