Re: Laser Printer Toner transfer with plain regular paper
- Basicly we are talking about "glossy paper". Stay away from "photo
quality" and "Glossy Photo Quality" since those have a rather plastic
coating and will take a longer time to dissolve. I'll be runnig a
couple of test next week on an EPSON paper model #S041654 and I'll let
you know how it went.
> Hi Gabriel,
> Thank you for the info and the name of the paper.....
- --- In Homebrew_PCBs@yahoogroups.com, Adam Seychell
> Oh sorry, I forgot to mention the hydrometer. [snip]Well, that's pretty good advice. I already have some HCl. I did not
> Luther m stroud mentioned, having all this lab equipment might be
> an overkill. He brings up a good point. How about setting up your
> etching tank and start etching circuit boards before investing in
> some lab ware. You don't need any fancy equipment to prepare the
> copper etchant. Only some kitchen scales and measuring jugs.
> Later, when your etchant starts to become exhausted you may
> decide to buy the equipment and restore the etchant.
realize it took so long for the copper to react - so when I tried it,
after an hour I assumed nothing had happened or would happen. When I
get the picnic chest and a workplace organized I will give it a go.