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1999\08\23@041449 by Justin Grimm

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Hi all
Has anyone used the 'press-n-peel' method of transfering
pcb artwork to the board, also where can I get the 'press-n-peel'
in Australia.
Thanks
Justin

1999\08\23@105201 by Bob Blick

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> Has anyone used the 'press-n-peel' method of transfering
> pcb artwork to the board, also where can I get the 'press-n-peel'
> in Australia.

Hi Justin,
I use Press-n-peel "Blue" all the time. It's great. I don't know about
Australian sources, but you can order online from the source:
http://www.techniks.com/
Probably the shipping and high .au duties will make it cost five times as
much as it should.
-Bob

1999\08\23@182400 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 07:51 23/08/99 -0700, you wrote:
>> Has anyone used the 'press-n-peel' method of transfering
>> pcb artwork to the board, also where can I get the 'press-n-peel'
>> in Australia.
>
>Hi Justin,
>I use Press-n-peel "Blue" all the time. It's great. I don't know about
>Australian sources, but you can order online from the source:
>http://www.techniks.com/
>Probably the shipping and high .au duties will make it cost five times as
>much as it should.
>-Bob
>
>


There should be no duties unless the total duties collectable is greater
than $50 (Around $35US). There are some other forms or pree-n-peel in Aust,
but that was a long time ago! RAdio Spares or Farnell may have it, but you
will have to "bend over into the customer barrel"

Dennis

1999\08\23@213228 by Peter Wilson

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At 07:51  23/08/99 -0700, you wrote:
>> Has anyone used the 'press-n-peel' method of transfering
>> pcb artwork to the board, also where can I get the 'press-n-peel'
>> in Australia.
>
>Hi Justin,
>I use Press-n-peel "Blue" all the time. It's great. I don't know about
>Australian sources, but you can order online from the source:
>http://www.techniks.com/
>Probably the shipping and high .au duties will make it cost five times as
>much as it should.
>-Bob
>

I haven't used either product but DynaArt - http://www.dynaart.com - also makes a
toner transfer paper. They list their Australian distributor as

- Palmtech
Ph: 61-7-3849-3400
Attn: Claude Palm
4/28 Tenby Street, Mt. Gravatt
Brisbane, Qld, Australia  4122

I just rang him - 5 sheets $AU 29.90 + $5.00 postage



Regards

Peter Wilson
Arago Computer Support, Peachester, Queensland, Australia

Email:  spam_OUTaragocomTakeThisOuTspamozemail.com.au
Phone:  +61 7 5494 9433           Fax:   +61 7 5494 9443

1999\08\24@011726 by Bob Blick

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>I haven't used either product but DynaArt - http://www.dynaart.com - also makes a
>toner transfer paper. They list their Australian distributor as
>
> - Palmtech
>Ph: 61-7-3849-3400
>Attn: Claude Palm
>4/28 Tenby Street, Mt. Gravatt
>Brisbane, Qld, Australia  4122
>
>I just rang him - 5 sheets $AU 29.90 + $5.00 postage

I've used both, and I prefer Press'n'peel Blue. If you use Dyna-Art TTS,
and you are in a high humidity area, bake the sheets before you use them,
or expect a lot of "fractured" and stretched traces, because it is very
absorbent and goes crazy when the iron hits it. Also you must use a laser
printer with very strong blacks, because it uses the toner exclusively for
the resist, unlike the blue which adds a second layer.

In the US, P'N'P Blue costs less than Dyna Art TTS, so if you can find it
in .au it should be less than AU$6 per sheet.

Method for conserving expensive stuff: Print your design on paper. Cut a
piece of the special stuff slightly larger. Use the printed piece of paper
as a guide to know where the printout will be, and use a laser label or two
to tape the leading edge of the special stuff onto a blank sheet of paper.
Don't tape all around or on the sides, you'll get curl and a paper jam.

Cheers,
Bob

http://www.bobblick.com/

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