- Mon Jun 20, 2016 6:46 pm
Would be nice seeing as how you went through the trial and error if you could contribute a guide of your own on how to do this step by step with pictures while it is a nice guide different results may be had by different brands of printers, paper, masking etc.... So it would be nice to see a guide with pictures of each step that you go through and the materials as well as tools that you use.
I know this may sound a bit like work to do but it would be an excellent addition I believe if you are willing obviously you have had success where others have failed so it may be these slight details where people are missing out or hung up on.
Thanks for sharing way cool have never yet done this I recall doing plates for a printing press in the darkroom back in highschool some 20 years ago or so but haven't had the pleasure of fabing my own pcb's which would like be a very useful ability to have every other thing that I have read uses some crazy chemicals etc...
I guess the easy way out would be to share the link of the best guide to follow but I'd prefer to see your personal take on it as the esp8266 crowd seems to be a resourceful bunch.