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with a bit of practice you'll get a good image transfer 70% of the time and a good etch (no broken tracks etc) about 70% of the time for tqfp parts.that's with practice though. be prepared for your first one to take at least 10 attempts. i guess the question is: how patient are you?
See, that's why I send my boards to a fabhouse...
instead i use the backing paper from sticky labels. don't soak in water, just peel it off.
That is OK if you use a lot of labels, but a little pricey if you just bin them to get the backing.Now I don't know how hot the fuser gets, but how about using Teflon (reuseable) baking paper?
i *think* my iron is set around 180C when the toner fuses . (although my memory might be wrong here.)either way, it's not all that hot.
as i speculate it's a static electricity issue maybe leaving it for some time between prints would help.