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topic 8242

Producing Photo Resist PCB's


2001

Dear sirs,

It seems, from this page, that is possible to produce photo resist printed circuit boards, using a regular PCB and applying a dry-film or a specific type of liquid. I'd like to know from anyone informations about both processes and suppliers where I could buy the necessary material.

Thank you very much

Marco Brandao
- Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil


2001

The easiest method is using the Press-n-Peel dry transfer system. See;

www.techniks.com/press-n-peel.html [Ed. note 11/27/06: this link is apparently no longer functional]

This does require a decent laser printer to image your layout.

Daniel Marks
- Glendale, Arizona, USA

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