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Solder Resist PCB Production

Discussion in 'Beginner Electronics' started by Richard Harris, Feb 27, 2006.

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  1. Hi,
    have a strange question. I can produce very high quality and dense pcb's
    using photo resist boards and a 1200dpi printer. But really i need to solder
    resist coat the board. Also I have to do this on a budget, the problem is
    how to get the solder resist on the board and cheap. It will require very
    precise positioning, the only thing I have came up with is modifing a ink
    jet printer, but even if I can do that im not sure if a solder resist paint
    will go though an inkjet cartridge as its most likely to think.

    Any one have any sudgestions about this problem?

    And no I cant paint the stuff on with a paint brush :)

  2. Alexander

    Alexander Guest

    Isn't there a photographic way to do this.
    Full board with solderresist, then a layer of photoresist.
    Print, remove part of the photoresist. Then with the right solution remove
    the solderesist.
    Finally remove the remaining photoresist.

  3. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    I can produce very high quality and dense pcb's
    You remind me of the guy who,
    when asked why he was hitting himself on the head with a hammer,
    said "Because it feels so good when I stop".*-*+plated-through-*+pre-drilled

    A little Googling turned up this:*-similar+traces-of-silicones+zzz+permanent

    and this
    You may also have a distorted view of *cheap*:$51-total+5-pcbs-$13-each+browse_frm
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