Buying large transfer sheets (uk/Europe)

Katy Weddell
07/03/11 03:42:55
2 posts
HiI use a lot of transfer sheets to make cracked transfer slabs and am looking around to see if there is anyone else I should be trying.I buy mine from Keylink in Sheffield and PCB Creation from France but the latter is proving v expensive because of taxes and carriage.Does anyone have any recommendations of other suppliers and how much they cost per pack.Thought about maybe getting some from America but no idea where to start!
updated by @katy-weddell: 06/29/23 16:49:02
Clay Gordon
07/03/11 12:29:11
1,680 posts

US sources for transfer sheets include:

Many other sources are going to be reselling PCB, etc. Sourcing from the US might not be such a bad idea as the Pound is so much stronger than the USD at the moment. Plus, there are probably going to be some designs you won't find in the stock European catalogs.

clay -
Katy Weddell
07/03/11 13:09:48
2 posts

Thanks Clay - I'll go take a look and compare with current charges from PCB.

Many thanks


Jeff Stern
07/04/11 06:02:53
78 posts
Here's another option for you....


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