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    Monthly Reminder, please read: Messages and threads: Please do NOT start a new thread by replying to another message. Even if you change the subject line

    Inkjet_PCB_Construction@yahoogroups.com 4 days ago
  • Re: Newbe to it all

    Well... there are basically two direct inkjet resist methods. For one, you print on the board, bake to set the ink, and etch. This requires pigmented ink, and

    alienrelics 11 days ago
  • Newbe to it all

    Hello Everyone, I have been here for a while but haven't gotten the chance to build anything until now, so what I am looking for is 1- What is the best

    w8tfi 16 days ago
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If you want to modify an inkjet printer or build your own inkjet plotter for the purposes of direct resist printing onto copper boards to make printed circuit boards, this is your group.

In addition, we now explicitly cover inkjet printing of silver or other conductive coatings or metals directly onto substrates such as fabric, mylar, fiberglass boards, and other substances.

As an adjunct to the Homebrew_PCBs list, this list is about design, construction, software, modifications, etc. necessary to inkjet print resist directly onto copper.

Please post images, examples, software/firmware, etc. to Files and Photos.

James Newton has put together sort of a FAQ of the subject by gathering together information from several people's successful inkjet conversions and posted them on his Massmind site.

For other methods of making PCBs and software unrelated to direct inkjet printing of PCB resist, see the Homebrew_PCBs group.

For general electronics help, se the Electronics_101 group.

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  • Jul 23, 2008
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