Cheap and Easy Toner Transfer


I have just print this PCB using dirt cheap Torner Transfer method. I used Avalon A4 sheet. It gave me almost 99% perfect PCB. This is the first time that I used torner transfer with Avalon A4 sheet. I know lots of guys using this method to print PCBs. But I have never thought its this much perfect. Heh heh hee.

Check out the images below

About pasanlaksiri

I am K.G. Pasan Laksiri Karunanayake and founder of OptoElectronics.lk. Since 2011 I have specialized in designing custom electronics for industrial applications. Over the years I have engineered a broad range of custom industrial products. When I work with a client I place a very high value on integrity, honesty and clear communication. With years of field experience I have learned that all business relationships are personal relationships. The more I know about the client and his project, the more I can contribute to a successful end product. After I learn about the client requirement I always give them the better understanding and clear picture about, how the end product will function in real world. In addition to the client requirement, I also offer lots of options, features and improvements. And I always very concern about the end product quality.
This entry was posted in Digital Electronics. Bookmark the permalink.

9 Responses to Cheap and Easy Toner Transfer

  1. atomsoft says:

    Welcome to my world. I use Pulsar paper, Glossy Magazine paper and photo paper

    Like

  2. atomsoft says:

    Oh do you use the laminator approach or iron it on?

    If you use the Laminator i can show you a way to line up double sided PCBs and have it work on first try… All you need is LIGHT heh which you have tons of with those LED signs heh

    Like

  3. AM tahir says:

    I M using this mathod from a long time and made so many cheap way for making PCB through toner transfer and i now never make PCB with screen printing and other printing way it is very cheap and very nice mathood for hobyest,
    pl3ase make me mail for futher information if required
    Thank you
    AM Tahir
    amtahir786@yahoo.com

    Like

    • pasanlaksiri says:

      He he. I came the other way around. First I did SCREEN PRINT. Then PULSAR Papers. Then I test this.

      But even still I am using this TT method only for testing PCBs. Once I finalized the PCB I do the SCREEN print.

      Yeah I agree with you this is a perfect method for Hobbyist.

      Thank you AM tahir I will ask you if I get stuck.

      Like

  4. AM tahir says:

    need some code and circuitdiagram for mmd
    Thank you
    amtahir786@yahoo.com

    Like

  5. AHMAD says:

    Your wonderful and I hope that you learn workmanship

    Like

  6. Buddhi says:

    here you are using “Transparent” sheet or just PhotoCopy paper.. ?

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s