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Is the uv photoresist method better than the toner transfer method?
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Toni

The toner transfer method works for me better, but I ant to know trying the uv photoresist method.
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tom

You can buy resist and coat your own. But toner seems cheap.

hello

The major advantages of UV would be that the size of your boards grows. At a certain point in size, toner transfer would become a major hassle achieving consistency and accuracy.

Sumedha Dharmathilak

The major limitations of toner transfer that I'm aware of are 1. Slight shrinkage of the transfer is typical. 2. Chance for significant transfer errors grows exponentially with board size. However uv photoresist can solve this problem.

Bob

I am so glad that you shared this useful information with us. It is pretty helpful.Hope you can write again.

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