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Agfa inkjet ink for etch resist

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chicken:
Interesting tidbit for home etchers, and probably batch PCB production as well: Agfa developed inkjet ink for direct use as etch resist

http://youtu.be/pfWb5xr1X1o
(about halfway into the video)

steve_w:
Here is a aussy version for the masses

http://cartesianco.com/pages/argentum

regards

Steve W

mikeselectricstuff:
Further reading :
http://www.google.com/patents/WO2013113572A1?cl=en

It's a UV-cured ink.
I imagine it would need a special inkjet head.

Deathwish:
Pfft, I have no interest in it , wait till they have everyone hooked and watch the price of cartridges go sky high as others. another way to get the money out of your pocket. I'm happy enough doing it the old way or maybe getting a cnc milling machine together.

mikeselectricstuff:

--- Quote from: Deathwish on August 06, 2015, 10:29:44 pm ---Pfft, I have no interest in it , wait till they have everyone hooked and watch the price of cartridges go sky high as others. another way to get the money out of your pocket. I'm happy enough doing it the old way or maybe getting a cnc milling machine together.

--- End quote ---
You're not their target market -you won't see this in cartridges for normal printers. This will be aimed PCB manufacturers to replace or complement photo processes.

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