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Printed circuit board pattern transfer with a brand new laser printer. Printer should cost under $30

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Mike, Oct 7, 2003.

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  1. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Hello group,
    Can you recommend a inexpensive brand new, laser printer for under $300?
    I want to use the laser printer to successfully print onto the "Press n'
    Peel, blue" thermal transfer paper to produce printed circuit boards. The
    Samsung, laser printers look inexpensive enough, but will this brand work
    successfully with the "Press n' Peel" paper? Is the printer path curved or
    straight for the Samsungs? What dark printing options do the Samsung
    printers have? Also what inexpensive or free PCB software are currently
    Please, I desparately want to get started designing PCBs with software
    and printing out the patterns onto the "Press n' Print" thermal transfer
    paper. Thank you for all your help on this.
  2. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    EAGLE - Easily Applicable Graphical Layout Editor
    free version --> 100mm x 80mm 2-sided ~4" x ~3"
    (User & Factory-Support newsgroups)
  3. Use an inkjet on to inkjet tranparecy sheet , print on to pre coted
    photoresit boards using blacklight fluro tubes. Its repeatble and cheaper
    than press and peel.Second the cote for Eagle.

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