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Yeah i tried with normal pin headers but i couldn't get output as these vias are in the inner layers i.e layer 2 and layer 3. so there is no copper connection on top and bottom layers for these viasI am not sure what you are acutally suggesting, or asking for that matter, but I would use normal pin headers to connect the pcbs together.
Yeah i have buried these vias inside the PCB and could you please tell me how to connect these 3 PCBs together. thanksI still don´t understand. You got buried vias somewhere in the pcb and want to get access to them? Please explain in more detail what the problem is.
I am sorry if i couldn't explain it in well manner but please have a look on the screen shot of the PCB layout. here you can see that these VIAS are between layer2 and layer3, i have three PCBs like that and I simply want to connect these three PCBs with each other like a stack and i tried it with 2mm board to board Header as unfortunately i don't have copper on the top-bootom layers. there is no copper to connect these PCBs so I couldn't able to connect them with on main PCB.If you have buried vias a need to connect to them you would need to somehow drill or mill the pcb to get access to that layer.
Again, if you could be a LOT more specific the discussion would be much more fruitful. I still have doubts about what you are actually trying to do.
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