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Old 8th December 2006, 10:00 PM   #11
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Staples is the name of a store chain and I believe he is referring to the house brand. Follow the link and enter 92647 as the ZIP code. You will see 17 matches but there are only 2 types of paper, presented in different sizes and quantities.

http://www.staples.com/webapp/wcs/st...&cmArea=SEARCH

Actually 3 types. zox2003, which one did you use: Basic, Plus or Supreme
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Old 9th December 2006, 12:58 AM   #12
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I actually used "Color Laser Paper" made by Staples.

http://www.staples.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/StaplesSearch?storeId=10001&catalogId=10051&langId =-1&categoryId=10386&cmArea=SEARCH&searchClassId=103 86&keyword=laser+paper&actualKeyword=color+laser+p aper&searchSkuCount=19&compChartFlag=true&searchUn sumUrl=searchresults&searchSumUrl=searchresultssum mary&errorUrl=searchnoresults&fromUrl=searchresult ssummary&cmArea=SEARCH


First on list for $5.99 on sale for 300 sheets.
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I can personally recommend KODAK "Ultima" photo paper. This is made like proper 35mm photo paper and is very glossy, which I find transfers the toner brilliantly. The only issues I have had have been toner staying on the paper, usually with a large area, and I think this is simply that the clothes iron I use doesn't get hot enough.

I find that soaking it for a few seconds, and then ripping it off quickly gives the best results. I have made 0.3048mm traces spaced on 0.65mm spacing (SSOP28 size) and had no problems.

Here is an example of a board I made recently. The chip in the middle is a TQFP32 package.
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Ovo je ona verzija ploćica koju ste bili radili za mene....., baš mi je drago da se neko odlućija za nju....
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Sve sam video, veoma sam zadovoljan i od srca mi je drago sto si se odlucio za moj dizajn!

"I saw everything,I'm very pleased and I'm glad to bottom of my heart that you choose my design"






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Ovo je ona verzija ploćica koju ste bili radili za mene....., baš mi je drago da se neko odlućija za nju....

"this is version of pcb you made for me...........I'm very glad that someone else decided to use it "

sorry pinco-I couldn't translate dalmatian "odlucija"....

they haven't Malo misto anywhere in Wild West ............
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Updated PCB(populated) pictures are coming this afternoon.
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