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'[EE]: What thickness PCB? LJ II'
2002\11\12@131640 by Robert.Rolf

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Philip Pemberton wrote:
> > They are also thin enough that there may be a printer here somewhere
> > capable
> > of feeding them...
> Hmm... Laserprint straight onto a PCB... Is it possible??? Anyone want to
> sacrifice a LaserJet II to find out?

If it were Kapton substrate it might work although the copper would suck
away the fuser heat a bit.
There are minor bends in the path so anything 100% rigid won't work.
You can test it easily by using cereal box cardboard. At worst the rollers
slip.

R

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