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'[OT]: laser print -> copper board PCB transfer'
2001\04\16@153545 by Joan Ilari

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Hi, Piclisters !

Wandering around the web I have found a site describing the
way of transfering a PCB layout on a copper board by ironing
on it a laser-printed sheet of paper with the circuit :

http://www.fullnet.com/u/tomg/gooteepc.htm

The procedure looks like very simple and cheap. Now the 1M$
question : has any Piclister succeeded on preparing PCBs this
way ? If yes (please, please, give me a yes !) what is the
adequate paper for transfering the circuit drawing ? I'm
affraid that in Spain it will be hard to find the "jetprint
photo graphic image paper", so I'm wondering whether there is
some substitute for this type of paper.

Thankx !

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2001\04\16@154339 by Marco Trapanese

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> Hi, Piclisters !
>
> Wandering around the web I have found a site describing the
> way of transfering a PCB layout on a copper board by ironing
> on it a laser-printed sheet of paper with the circuit :
>
> http://www.fullnet.com/u/tomg/gooteepc.htm
>
> The procedure looks like very simple and cheap. Now the 1M$
> question : has any Piclister succeeded on preparing PCBs this
> way ? If yes (please, please, give me a yes !) what is the
> adequate paper for transfering the circuit drawing ? I'm
> affraid that in Spain it will be hard to find the "jetprint
> photo graphic image paper", so I'm wondering whether there is
> some substitute for this type of paper.
>
> Thankx !
>

I always prepar my PCBs in the same way!
It's very simple and efficient. The special paper isn't very difficult to
find here in Italy, and it's quite cheap.

bye
Marco Trapanese

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2001\04\16@154753 by Randy Glenn

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If you look in one of the archives (go to http://www.piclist.com to find
one), you can find posts from people who have used Epson photo paper
with some success. Look for EPSON or S041141 - the part number of the
paper in question.

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2001\04\16@182856 by bob

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I have used Avery Label backing paper with good results. (Other label
backing paper is poor)

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Hi, Piclisters !

Wandering around the web I have found a site describing the
way of transfering a PCB layout on a copper board by ironing
on it a laser-printed sheet of paper with the circuit :

http://www.fullnet.com/u/tomg/gooteepc.htm

The procedure looks like very simple and cheap. Now the 1M$
question : has any Piclister succeeded on preparing PCBs this
way ? If yes (please, please, give me a yes !) what is the
adequate paper for transfering the circuit drawing ? I'm
affraid that in Spain it will be hard to find the "jetprint
photo graphic image paper", so I'm wondering whether there is
some substitute for this type of paper.

Thankx !

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    Barcelona                  Voice:  +34 93 431 96 39
    Spain

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fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in
the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be
lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die..."
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2001\04\16@201458 by Eben Olson

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I just found out about this method a few weeks ago, and it seems to work
great for me. I made a really nice pcb for a programmer for just a few $. I
use glossy (clay-coated) paper that I got at Staples for ~ 8 cents a sheet.
Just go to an office-supply store and ask to look at some heavy-weight
paper. I think my stuff is 100lb. It should be glossy and slick.
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2001\04\17@140538 by Timothy Stranex

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I do my pcbs that way. I get the transfers for around R2 (around 0 in US$)

On Mon, 16 Apr 2001, you wrote:
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2001\04\19@172312 by Joan Ilari

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Hi, Piclisters,

I have tried the procedure AND IT WORKS !!!

It have worked for me with the first glossy paper I have tried. The
only thing to care about is not heating too much the copper board
when transfering the laser-printed (or photocopied) image. With the
hot iron, A FEW SECONDS (10-15) are enough. If heating too much, the
lines get too wide.

Try it and forget the photo-sensible boards and the developpers.

Joan

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