I’m using the latest Mac version of eagle. I’ve got some smaller pitched devices that come out as a single blob when I print the board layout on an HP laser printer (1200 dpi). I can’t find a setting to influence this.
Any clues on how to increase the print resolution?
Backwards alternative: Save it as an Image at an alternative resolution/use an image program to print the resulting image ???
Not solving the problem - but a work around I guess…
I thought about that, but I’ve had problems getting 1:1 in the past, so I thought I’d try to find a way to make eagle do what I want.
I may have to generate gerbers and use a gerber tool of some sort to print it.
What process are you using to print?
I seem to get the best results using the CAM processor to output postscript, and then using preview to convert/print that. (at least as far as a preview goes. My actual printer is a bit of pain to access.)
Looks like eagle isn’t quite up to higher-res printing on its own; that’s a bit of a shame, since I would normally give them credit for better-than-average attempts at accurate printing for hobbyists using toner transfer/etc.
It didn’t occur to me to look for postscript output in the CAM processor. Using the CAM processor’s PS device did the trick! now I hope my toner transfer/etch fab process (and skills) are up to the task.