I've had a few people asking about the toner transfer method, so we made a video to explain. Just ignore the dying part of the process.
Do have to admit it took a few tries to get the process right, but I can print one in a flash now. Getting the right paper is important, I tried loads of types before finding one I was happy with, also applying enough heat and pressure in order to transfer the toner can be real hard to judge - as long as you don't over-heat the copper clad (It will tarnish initially, then it will start to unclad itself!) you can always just scrub off the toner and try the transfer again.
Paper wise, I use - Staples Photo Colour Laser, Glossy Paper A4, 180gsm
common gotchas -
Spending loads of money on special "Transfer paper" that doesn't seem to perform any better than a good colour laser gloss paper.
Photo "paper" made from plastic that will just melt while ironing.
Not ironing the edges of the design enough (The edges of the design are the hardest to transfer)
Not soaking the paper off for long enough (Soak it, scrub it lightly to permeate the back of the paper, soak it again.....then peel it)