[SunRescue] Postscript mousepad found!
twmaster at earthlink.net
Wed Mar 22 00:47:36 CST 2000
How bout this idea, get those t-shirt transfer things you run through a
inkjet or laser printer, then transfer it to the aluminum. then either
laminate or spray with varnish.
Fun Fun Fun, in a Sun Ultra 1!!
From: Tim Hauber <tim_hauber at STEV.net>
To: rescue at sunhelp.org <rescue at sunhelp.org>
Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2000 10:27 PM
Subject: Re: RE: [SunRescue] Postscript mousepad found!
>rescue at sunhelp.org writes:
>>There is a product on the market that transfers images on a like a
>>transparency sheet witch then creates a transfer image that can be applied
>>to a mirror or a piece of inox to create a pad.
>You can make a transfer with standard overhead transparency and a
>photocopier, set it to dark so you get a lot of toner, and use it as an
>iron on (through a towel, otherwise it will melt the transparency) I have
>made circuit board etch resist masks this way. Don't know if you could
>stick it to glass, you might try warming the glass in an oven. of course
>it probably wouldn't be very durable unless you laminated it with
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