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'[EE] PC board transfer'
2000\05\24@011706 by Ing. Marcelo Fornaso

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Hi,
I'd like to invite you all to a description of my poor's man method for PCB making.

http://www.sysameri.com/marcelo/placa.htm

I hope it to be useful for at least some of you, and I beg you please to send comments and corrections to my english to help me to improve the page readability.
Thank you.

Marcelo Fornaso

2000\05\24@100114 by tt, Gary

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Marcelo,


Excellent job!  I use the same technique outlined on your website.  The only
difference in my technique is to put something heavy and flat on the board
after heating it with the iron and letting it cool with the heavy weight on
the board for about 15 minutes.  I then put it in water and continue with
the steps you outlined.

Thanks again for sharing your information.



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       From:  Ing. Marcelo Fornaso [SMTP:spam_OUTmfornasoTakeThisOuTspamINFOVIA.COM.AR]
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       Subject:  [EE] PC board transfer

       Hi,
       I'd like to invite you all to a description of my poor's man method
for PCB making.

       http://www.sysameri.com/marcelo/placa.htm

       I hope it to be useful for at least some of you, and I beg you
please to send comments and corrections to my english to help me to improve
the page readability.
       Thank you.

       Marcelo Fornaso

2000\05\24@111350 by Ing. Marcelo Fornaso

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By the way: The prototype is a 16F84 based RF transmitter running at 310 MHz. Kind of beacon sending telemetry at 2400 bauds.

http://www.sysameri.com/marcelo/placa.htm

Regards
Marcelo Fornaso

2000\05\24@214443 by Brian Kraut

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Has anyone modified an inkjet printer to print on things like circuit boards and
front panels?

"Scott, Gary" wrote:

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2000\05\24@214903 by Dale Botkin

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On Sun, 14 May 2000, Brian Kraut wrote:

> Has anyone modified an inkjet printer to print on things like circuit boards and
> front panels?

Not I - my favorite was an HP pen plotter loaded with permanent ink pens,
which also make dandy etch resist.  I don't know if you can get inkjet
cartridges that print with etch-resistant ink (something not water
soluble).

Dale
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The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new
discoveries, is not "Eureka!" (I found it!) but "That's funny ..."
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2000\05\25@040524 by Alan B Pearce

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>Has anyone modified an inkjet printer to print on things like circuit boards
and
>front panels?

I have seen people suggest using special pens in flat bed plotters, but I think
you will have a problem with an inkjet printer, as all the inks they use are
water soluble AFAIK.

2000\05\25@090343 by Albert Noah

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Actually, you can get indelible inks to refill your cartridges with. I had
to do this to print labels for packaging in a freezer. Worked great where as
the normal inkjet ink just ran and smeared. I got the ink from a company
called V-Tech.

Hope this helps,

Albert

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