Based on the page you have landed on, we have selected the Electronics website as your default.

If you would like to change your default sector, click the Change Product Range link above the Rapid logo.

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the Rapid website. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time.

 Laser-Printer-PCB-Artwork-Film-Packs-of-A4-Sheets

Laser Printer PCB Artwork Film - Packs of A4 Sheets



Manufacturer : Mega Electronics
View all from this manufacturer



These packs of A4 artwork film sheets from Mega Electronics are specially formulated translucent film for the production of high-resolution PCB artwork directly from any laser printer. Manufactured with 75 micron base with special coating for high resolution keying and fixing of toner, making it ideal for producing crisp dense artwork. Accepts copier toner, enabling usable artwork to be copied from printed originals.

Click here to view the demonstration video.



  • Supplied in packs of 10 or 100 A4 sheets of film


Product details Hints & Tips

Description

Code

RoHS

Datasheets

1+

Manufacturer’s Part Number: 100-062

Laserstar Artwork Film (A4) (10 Sheets)

39-0774£6.13
Buy

In stock, despatched same day

Manufacturer’s Part Number: 100-063

Laserstar Artwork Film (A4) (100 Sheets)

39-0776£53.52
Buy

Stock due in 5-7 days

Receive stock notification by text or 

Questions


Be the first to ask a question

Reviews




One Star (Filled)One Star (Filled)One Star (Filled)One Star (Filled)One Star (Filled) Laserstar excells for cost-effective PCB design
Reviewed by: Edward Kelly | Product code: 39-0774
18th August 2014

As an electronic circuit designer, I found this to be reliable and extremely consistent in terms of quality. It has no grain and always produces great results in terms of print quality and the production of boards with my home-made UV light box and etching tank. As an art teacher it has been recommended for use with light boxes as an alternative method to display work, with a consistent and homogeneous transparency throughout.