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Another toner transfer circuit board making guide

Posted on Thursday, October 11th, 2012 in DIY, tutorials by DP

Sometimes prototyping your boards needs to be done quickly. Etching boards at home is the quickest way to knock up simple designs. There’s tons of ways to do it, one of the most popular is the toner transfer method. A circuit design is laser-printed on glossy paper, then transferred to a clean copper board with a clothing iron.

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