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  1. Pretty good idea, I would be scared of something going wrong on 1 of the passes messing the whole work up. All these different kinds of printer mods for PCB printing shows theres a demand for a home PCB printing machine, maybe one day :)

    1. I personally think UV proof ink (photo yellow?) on uv-sensitized PCBs could be a real option for a small home unit. You’d still need to expose the board, but the ink would be ON it and give great results. Then etch as normal.

      It would be best to take any scrap of board, but knowing printer manufacturers it would take a special size and they would be 10x more than a board alone :)

      1. “but knowing printer manufacturers it would take a special size and they would be 10x more than a board alone :)”

        That my next worry, the cost of the supplies would be too high and we would be back where we started hacking the printers to bits to find a new cheaper method :)

  2. I did like you. But the problem right next to ink Although water-based inks (Durablit) was not effective.

    Copper pattern need not occur because the acid bite

    But the good thing I like most is a small pattern. Is small up to 8 mill.

    Tell me what you use ink with the print head does not make tons.

    I made ​​a version Epson T10.

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