I want to make a power PCB with 1 oz copper thickness. The problem is that I want this PCB to stand up to 50 A and I don't know what to do to keep the traces a reasonable width.
Using the KiCad PCB calculator, I calculated that for 1 oz copper I need 68 mm trace width (something impossible) for 50 A current.
Is there any technique that I can do to keep the traces up to 5 mm width or something close to that?
The only solution I thought of is to solder stripped wire (for enhancement) to the traces that I want to pass high current.
Will that work?
The PCB will be double-sided.