Hi everyone, first post here and I had a question. I am currently creating a control board for a rube goldberg device, but I found that I have to make it a double sided PCB. Now, unfortunatly, i''ve never worked with double sided PCBs before, and I will be fashioning this one myself with the toner transfer method. I can already forsee problems with the soldering step, because I am using a type of relay that doesn't give me access to both sides of the pin(Top and Bottom of board). So, my question is this. What is the easies method to solder a component to a double sided homebrew board when you only have access to one side of the pin? For those who are curious, the relay I am using is this one : http://mouser.com/ProductDetail/Omron/G5LE-14-DC5/?qs=lK7M36XCk6KnQoEfuo%2fh3A%3d%3d
Don't know if that helps or not. I thought of maybe making the hole a little wider then the normal pin, since the pin is flat, the solder may flow with gravity, though I'm not sure. Any advice would be helpful, I'm really in a bind here.