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Subject: Re: Printing dircetly onro PCB copper side Part II
Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2002 22:45:15 +0200
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> >Some experimentation would be needed and in de worse case you will
> >the printhead.
> I think this whole idea is not really worth the effort. It's much
> cheaper and easier to built an UV light and develop the PCB's in
> ready-made developer.
Yeah well the developer fluid is really nasty and photo sensitive PCB is
Using a Inktjet or Thermal wax printer (CD printer) would make the whole
process less messy and less
well,........ uhh chemical.
And of course, the reason for climbing this "mountain" is because its there
Talked to a chemist today and he said it could be done, even read a message
somewhere that said that the standaard ink may allready be Ecth resist.
Also talked to thechmist guy about using Thermal wax printers and he said
that there was a good change that would would.
Have not been able to find a Thermal-wax printer with a nice price yet, but
will keep on exploring
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