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    Where can i get pcb toner transfer paper??

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    Try magzine print paper.......I had used paper on which EFY magzine is printed..........2 in 1 use read the magzine then make PCB :-)

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    Try this , ive used this and had good luck

    http://robotz.in/catalog/product_inf...products_id=70

    Glossy papers work but this works better... tracing paper works fine too.
    Vikas Patial

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    Hello,

    You don't need any special Tonner Transfer paper. Use a Inkject Photopaper. Try Kodak photo paper they are easily available and cost around rs 8 per sheet.

    I got very good results.

    Prodot also offer low cost high quality sheets they cost arrount rs 5 per sheet.
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    laser printer or inkjet printer

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    Only laser printer can be used PCB making. I am saying that use a photopaer for inket printers
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    I have used coated photo paper (epson branded) with success. Everything else has failed for me (while peeling off, the tracks break). One other problem is that coated paper destroys the laser printer eventually (see this (clickie))

    Regards,

    Debu

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    So magzine print seems to the winner............I got best result with that.....glossy paper didnt work in my case.........

    asimov

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    Its the same for me.Magazine paper works best.

    Regards Akshay,
    Redefine it your way!!!!

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    I'm using photo paper .

    I've got two iron plates with holes for screws at the corners. After placing the printed paper on the pcb,i put it on one plate and screw (very tightly) the other plate onto it. And then i heat it.
    I originally saw this somewhere on the web and then tried it.
    I works out to near 100% results for me.

    Of course,getting the plates in itself is a small project.So its good only if you plan to make more than a couple of boards.

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