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« on: Sunday June 8 2014 22:25:55 AEST PM »

Looking at the post/thread on a portable beercan stove in the Camping section, reminded me of something I found on the net.

Diy smd solder paste stencils from drinks cans   

They describe using the toner-transfer process, but I wonder if using that photo-sensitive film would work too? I know a lot of people here on AEGP use Kinsten pre-sensitised boards. I have seen lots of the film on sale on ebay.

Has anyone used the film ? And do you think it would work on the beer can metal sheet ?
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« Reply #1 on: Sunday June 8 2014 23:28:17 AEST PM »

Found one example using the dry film, here :   

Seems model makers use this method to etch parts out of brass, stainless steel etc.
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