2017-05-09 (Tu) Pi0 Laser Tag PiTagErrUs

Last time, the transfer paper was heated by the iron and that caused tearing on the paper which ruined one whole board. This time the board was heated while it was pressed onto the paper. This was a terrible idea. The process needed more pressure between the transfer paper and copper board. When parts of the transfer paper started to peel up, everything was flipped and the iron was applied to the transfer paper instead.

It appeared to have been a good transfer. All the lines touching copper came off the transfer paper and adhered.

All the toner transferred

Close inspection of the transfer showed that the traces were not continuous. Hopefully, this was just a problem from the rippling transfer paper. Next time the transfer paper will be heated and pressure will be applied until it is cool. The rippling could also be from the transfer paper cooling and wrinkling while the toner was still melted.

Inadequate trace lines


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