From: Jim Osburn (email@example.com)
Chuck Adams writes:
> speaking of, anyone know of a photocopiable clear plastic with gummed
> backing. this would be neat stuff for hobbists. i have program to
> create panels, dial markings etc., but don't have silk screen capablilities
> (ooops spelling error) to get the final layout to the paint.
I have an idea to try as experiment.
Somebody mentioned earlier that they make PCB's by ironing laser
printer output on plain paper onto the blank boards.
The heat transfers the toner to the PCB and the toner becomes the resist.
Maybe you could do the same trick to make front panel markings.
Of course you would have to print the markings as a mirror image.
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