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Inkjet printed circuit boards

Started by flester, June 07, 2020, 05:05:01 AM

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I have not yet tried to make PCBs but this looks interesting


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Jazz P Bass

That may be the answer to the Roland EP-7 ribbon cable failure fiasco.


Great share, this is very exciting and would be VERY useful for home use/fabrication of prototypes!  I could print out a board that I just designed and have it put together in the same day!   :dbtu:
Life is what you make it.
Still rockin' the Dean Markley K-20X


Probably expensive but should get cheaper over time

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Also we can use lazer printers to print the toner onto a piece of "heat-transfer paper" which is, technically, the "oily" bottom layer of stickers. Print on the oily side, use a clothing iron at 200 degree centigrade without steam to melt the toner to the copper-plated raw boards, cool it down, peel the paper away, and throw the board into the solution of iron chloride.