Re: Toner transfer - un-even surface theory...
- That's just great. I got the Brother 2040 to get *away* from the
freakin' copy machine!
--- In Homebrew_PCBs@yahoogroups.com, "alan00463" <alan00463@...> wrote:
> I saw this iron-on technique (first photo) the other day
> while browsing for TRF paper.
> Has anybody tried this? Successful or not?
- --- In Homebrew_PCBs@yahoogroups.com, "Stefan Trethan"
>with multiple rollers this is not ensured if they are notI mentioned in the post about the dowel thing, that I'd feel safer
> prefectly parallel.
with that small "row of rollers" deal, but with the two outer ones
sunk down just a tiny bit, so you'd really just be getting constant
pressure on the center one, which would be constantly changing
location on the board.
The "see-saw" dowel thing sounds too much like the "score and snap"
technique you'd use for cutting glass or board stock. ;)
Where's the damn guy that gives away the big GBC laminator in MY town?
(I'm actually going to start keeping an eye out tonight for that, or a
big, dead laser printer. I'll grab the local for-sale paper and check
the flea markets over the weekend)