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Old 22nd April 2010, 10:31 PM   #1
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Default Laser prints needed for toner transfer UK

I need some laser prints doing for toner transfer pcb etching and wondered whether anyone would be able to print them for me?

I have the Staples inkjet paper but my local print shop will not entertain using it in his printers.

The prints I need are for DestroyerXs DX standard boards and can be found here.

Greg's Web Site

The image I need is in the DX Amplifier section and is called DX Amplifier PCB-Bottom layer. I would like 6 prints doing. They will fit on 3 sheets of paper.

If anyone would be willing to help, send me a pm and we can discuss payment and the like. I am in the UK, Merseyside to be more accurate.

Many thanks.

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